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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:58 pm

The security council circulated another resolution authorizing 26,000 peace-keepers into the Darfur region of Sudan. But it doesnt matter, Sudan's president, Al-bashir has said for years that no UN peacekeepers are allowed to go to Darfur, thats it! Biut with all due respect, the sudan leader is ignorant to the fact that everyday while we wait, more women of Darfur are being raped repeatedly, more children are being killed, more men are being murdered, and more people are becoming refugees!
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Wed Nov 10, 2010 8:58 am

Yes, delegate, good points! I agree with the fact that China could facilitate Sudan end with the conflict very easily. The problem is that China is in great need of oil, and it is involved in this oil import trade with Sudan. They are trading oil for Chinese small weapons goin to Khartoum which are probably then used in this conflict fopr the government-backed militias. China defends Omar Al-Bashir to keep its interest its the oil import, and as to avoid the loss of his good ties with Sudan.
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Thu Nov 11, 2010 1:11 pm

South Africa does not condem Omar Al-Bashir but sugest finding a paceful way of settling the situation in Darfur.
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Thu Nov 11, 2010 1:12 pm

South Africa suggests that Chad and Sudan expand their military and put many men on the border so that the janjaweed rebles to not cross into Chad and attack the refugee camps.


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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Thu Nov 11, 2010 7:35 pm

delegate of South Africa, its a good idea to try to create an agreement and conceal a partial act among both countries dealing with this crisis, however there are also problems within the refugee camps, caused indirectly by the pro-government militias in Sudan. Only expanding Chadian and Sudanese military and putting men on the border to protect them from rebel attacks is not enough. The displacement of refugees and the rebel attacks are way to extensive to be stopped by a few hundred soldiers. A greater approach should be made in order to have a successful result.
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Thu Nov 11, 2010 8:01 pm

The delegate of South Africa agrees with the delegate of Chad although the delegate of South Africa thinks the situation needs to be handled with small steps to move forward, not an all out attack on the issue. Slow but steady.
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Fri Nov 12, 2010 8:46 am

Chad's eastern areas have a similar ethnic make-up to Darfur and the violence has spilled over the border area, with the neighbours accusing one another of supporting each other's rebel groups.
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Fri Nov 12, 2010 8:49 am

South Africa is concerned about the 1.8 million children affected by this crisis. The impact of violence, disease, bad nutrition and dependency is leaving deep scars on the current generation of children and tying them to the cycle of poverty.
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Fri Nov 12, 2010 8:55 am

Thank you delegate of chad. south africa is very concerned with the darfur crisi and will do everything to help. but we do think it should be a slow process since it is such a huge issue.
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Fri Nov 12, 2010 9:01 am

the delegate of south africa wants to solve the darfur crisis by first suporting these areas:Water and sanitation , Health and Nutrition, Protection, Education.
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Fri Nov 12, 2010 9:07 am

the delegation of South Africa is willing to give aid to help the citizens of Sudan to go through this very difficult time.
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Fri Nov 12, 2010 9:10 am

Iraq believes that since Omar Al-bashir was democratically chosen, there should not be any influence from other countries. Since Sudan is a democratic country, the people chose their leader and now they shall receive what they voted for

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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Sun Nov 14, 2010 7:20 pm

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I agree with the fact that China could facilitate Sudan end with the conflict very easily. The problem is that China is in great need of oil, and it is involved in this oil import trade with Sudan. They are trading oil for Chinese small weapons goin to Khartoum which are probably then used in this conflict fopr the government-backed militias. China defends Omar Al-Bashir to keep its interest its the oil import, and as to avoid the loss of his good ties with Sudan.

First of all, is not up to Chad to decide if China is in "great need for oil or not". Yes, indeed, China is a developing nation and a relative large amount of Sudan's oil is sold to China. But it doesn't mean that China is in "great need for oi" and it definately NOT means that China's posture towards the situation in Sudan is defined by their oil trading! The delegate of China is offended! albino

Secondly, "probably" is not what the UN is looking for. The UN is made of facts and proof. Though some may argue that Al-Bashir has done bad some more may argue and actually prove that Al-Bashir has not only done good, but has been working multilaterally towards solving the Darfur situation while other countries are actually facilitating the Janjaweed domination by creation instability in Sudan!
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Mon Nov 15, 2010 5:19 pm

The delegate completly agrees with the fact that the UN is made of facts and proofs and therefore here is something that the delegates of Chad might not know: there are seven countries selling weapons to Sudan. China is only 8% of Sudan's total arms imports, so even if China stoppen its sale, it still wont solve the problem of weapons in Sudan
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Mon Nov 15, 2010 7:31 pm

Delegates,
Sudan's economy has been a disaster for decades, mainly as a result of mismanagement by successive military regimes. In the 1990s it was the world's largest debtor to the World Bank and the IMF. But since 2000 major oil discoveries have been made in south and central Sudan. Most major oil companies regard the country as too unstable for investment, but the gap has been filled by China, along with companies from canada and malaysia. Today oil is Sudan's major and only export, and 80 percent of its oil exports go to China (currently worth more than US$2 billion a year). Beijing is also investing millions in infrastructure, including the pipeline from the oilfields to the tanker terminal at Port Sudan. Chinese laborers are building roads and airfields in oil-producing regions. Some of these airfields are used by the Sudanese air force to launch air attacks on uundefended villages in Darfur. This oil bonanza for Sudan pays not only for vital food imports, but also for new Chinese military hardware including tanks, fighters, helicopters, machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades. China is Sudan's largest supplier of arms. It is a knowing and willing accomplice in the Bashir regime's genocide in Darfur.
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Mon Nov 15, 2010 8:36 pm

China's main goal is to maintain relation with Sudan and at the same time sit out any criticism gained because they are ignoring the crisis in Darfur. After Liu Guijin’s trip to Darfur, he declared “I didn’t see a desperate scenario of people dying of hunger. The people in Darfur thanked him for the Chinese governments help in building dams and providing water supply equipment.” China has been asked to help find a long-term solution to this issue, and China has done so, however with respect for Sudan’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.
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PostSubject: Re: Sudan/ICC/Omar Al-Bashir   Tue Nov 16, 2010 9:07 am

Is the delegate of China denying the conditions of the IDPs in Darfur? It is a fact that people have to move to have a safer night of sleep or hide to in order to be alive, what these refugees have been gowing through since 2003 is not an assumption or estimate, it is a significant reality.
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