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The Manifesto

Of the Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

 

 

 

Federal Government of Sudan

The

Interim

Cohesive   Federation (Exile Head Office) Australia


 

 

Contents

Part one:……………………………………………………………………………………………..…………………….1

1.1 History of Sudan………………………………………………………………………………………………………2

                1.2 the KUC -Sudan and the early Christian……………………………………………………………………………..3

1.3 Mahdist Condominium era 1821-1898……………………………………………………………………………..…4

1.4 European Control………………………………………………………………………………………………..…….4

1.5 The first civil war and independence . 5

1.6 The Nimeiry Era 1969 to 1986 . 5

1.7 Darfur conflict 6

Part Two: 7

2.1 Manifesto of the Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia . 7

2.2 media release…………………………………………………………………………………………………………..8

2.3 Declaration……………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 9

2.4 Guiding Principle . 9

2.5 Time frame for Project: 9

2.6 National Executive Board . 9

2.7 National Council of SEUM Australia have 33 members . 10

2.8 Discipline . 10

2.9 Services: 10

2. 10 Office . 11

2.11 National Structure: 11

2.12 Founding and associate members of SEUM: 11

2.13 Southern Sudan : 11

2.14 Western Sudan (Darfur) 11

2.15 Eastern Sudan: 11

1.16 Northern Sudan : 11

2.17 Critical problems in Sudan . 13

2.18 An urgent need for development in Sudan . 13

2.19 Multiple threats in Sudan . 13

2.20 The new Politics in Sudan . 13

2.21 The UN and Security Council 14

Part three:………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...13

 3.1Presidential Decrees……………………………………………………………………………...………………..…13

Part Four:………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...14

                4.1 federation of Sudan.………………………………………………………………………………………………….14

                4.2   States confederated …………………………………………………………………………………………………15

                4.3 Local/region……………………………………………………………………………………………………...…..16

Part five: 24

5.1Previous Correspondence . 24

5.2 Map of New Federation of Sudan . 38

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part one: Historical background of Sudan

Questions

1.        History of Sudan………………………………………………………………..……………………………2

2.        The KUC -Sudan and the early Christian………………………………………………………………..…..3

3.        Mahdist Condominium era 1821-1898………………………………………………….…..……………..…4

4.        European Control……………………………………………………………………..….……………..…….4

5.        The first civil war and independence . 5

6.        The Nimeiry Era 1969 to 1986 . 5

7.          Darfur conflict 6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Questions

1.       What is the difference between the term Sudan and the term KUCH?

2.       What are the future prospects for Sudan after the most fragile of all peace agreements signed between the Sudanese rebel movements and the al-Bashier Islamic military dictatorship government?

3.       What will be the consequences for the current population if the election is rigged or if al-Bashier is elected and becomes president again ?

4.       why would some Sudanese like to elect al Bashier to continue as President?

5.       Does war achieve the rights of the people?

6.       Is the Government formed in Exile the only hope?

7.       Is the Cohesive federated Government the main solution for the Sudanese political crisis and our identity?

KUCH or Sudan the early Christian Nubia

The KUCH kingdom was peacefully ruled by very different yet traditional Kings namely: Nuba including Jieng known as Dinka and Funj kingdoms in 2700-2800 BC

Sudan is bordered by NINE countries : Egypt, Eretria , Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Republic of Congo, Central Africa Republic and Libya. Sudan covers one million km2 with a population of around 40 million.

Sudan is a nation whose identity has been used as the main cause for the current political crisis and the civil wars of the past, but which is now seen to be a long struggle for the people of Sudan. Many wars, much violence and many political disagreements have been the result of the lack of democratic and representative government for all Sudanese, not a fragmented party which we would have as a result of our historic legacy. The current situation is more relevant to the past Sudanese conflicts, and yet our identity is maintained under the newly established Sudanese Federal Government in 2010.

The coming of Islam and the Arab in about 640 through Egypt, along the north through the Nile Valley was for the purpose of seizing the KUCH-Sudanese wealth and people for the slave trade.

These forces were resisted by the KUCH people and at that time, the Darfur sultanate rose in the west to oppose them, but Tagali established a state in the Nuba Hills. In the16th century FUNJ and some tribes in the Southern Sudan moved northward and united with Nuba forming the Kingdom of Sennar. But the FUNJ Sultans quickly converted to Islam. As a result of war and threats of torture, and therefore this is how the Islamic religion came to Sudan, and is still used today.

In the 19th century the Ottoman Empire conquered by force unifying the Northern portion of KUCH and a new government was formed under a Turkish administrative regime. Their aims were to open new markets and locate natural resources. The Turkish Administration expanded its power towards Southern Sudan and in the 19th century established the province of Equatoria. In the later years of the Turkish rule, British missionaries traveled from what is now modern Kenya in to the SUDD aiming to convert the local tribes to Christianity. But in the 1870s, European initiatives against the slave trade caused an economic crisis in Southern Sudan, precipitating the rise of Mahdist forces.

Mahdist and condominium era 1821-1898

In 1881, a religious leader, Muhammad Ibn Abdalla proclaimed himself the Mahdi meaning “guided one” and began a war to unify the tribes in western and central Sudan. And when Mahdi died he was followed by Khalifa Abdullah who began an expansion of Sudan into Ethiopia in 1885. When Khartoum fell on 26 January 1885 under the hand of the British empire, Major general Charles George Gordon was appointed the interim governor-general of Sudan and more than fifty thousand people of Khartoum were killed.

In 1898 another Angelo-Egyptian force headed by Lord Kitchener was sent to Sudan and Sudan was proclaimed to be in a condominium era. During this government officials were brought from Egypt and Britain to Sudan.

European Control

In 1892, a Belgian  who occupied Congo expedition claimed parts of Southern Sudan-Lado Enclave, meaning ‘that a small country or territory that is culturally or ethnically different from a surrounding larger and distinct political’ unit in 1896.

After the death of King Leopold II in 1911, agreements were made between the United Kingdom and Belgium and Lado was given to Britain, but the French claimed several areas in Southern Sudan, for example Bhar El Gahzal, the western upper Nile as far as Fashoda. By 1896 the French formed an administration to hold on to these areas annexing them to French west Africa. During this ,time the fashod incident occurred between the French and the United Kingdom over these areas. In 1899, France agreed to cede the area to the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.

In 1898, Southern and Northern Sudan were administered as separate provinces of the condominium.

In the 1920s, Closed Districts Ordinances was passed by Britain. This law stipulated that passports were required for travel between the two regions, and permits were required to conduct business from one region into the other. This meant that two totally separate administrations prevailed in Sudan.

In the south some main languages were officially recognized , among these were the Jieng or Dinka language, while in the north Arabic and English were the official languages. Islam was not officially applied in the south, but Christian missionaries were permitted to work. The governors in the south attended colonial conference in east Africa not in Khartoum, there was limited authority in the south. But in the north some Islamic and political parties such as the Khatmiya and Umma parties were established. The aim for Britain was to develop the economy and infrastructure of the north, but south political arrangements were left behind prior to the arrival of the British.

In 1943, Northern Sudan was prepared for self government and the Advisory Council to advise on the governance of six Northern provinces comprising of Khartoum, Kordofan, Darfur and eastern Sudan, Northern and Blue Nile provinces was appointed.

In 1946 the process for integrating both south and north Sudan under one government was made, this was achieved at Juba conference was hold of 1947 when the leaders of the south voted for the full integration between the north and the south and as a result 13 delegates from the south were nominated to represent the south from Legislative Assembly in Khartoum.

Before the process of full integration, the Southern Sudanese political parties representing people from the south were excluded from being part of the new government. The south people did not access their full rights in the north governments, but this is only when four ministerial positions were given to them in 1953.

For this many south Sudanese leaders felt betrayed by the British. another issue was the political structure in the south was not as organized as in the north, in this case all of the political groups and parties were not represented at the various conferences which talked about the establishment of the modern state of Sudan. This is why, now , many Southern Sudanese do not recognize Sudan to be a legitimate state.

The first civil war and independence

In 1953 an agreement providing Sudanese self government and self-determinations was made.

In 1954 the transitional period towards independence began with inauguration of the first parliament.

On January the 1st 1956 north Sudan achieved independence and was recognized by the USA and other states. However, the Arab led north government went back on a promise to Southerners to create a federal system, this led to a mutiny by Southern army officers in Torit that led to seventeen years of civil war from 1955 to 1972.

The succession of early post-independence governments were dominated by Arab and Islamic fundamentalists who viewed Sudan as a Muslim Arab State.    

The Nimeiry Era 1969 to 1986

On 25 May 1969, Coup leader Col. Gaafar Mohamed Nimiery, overthrew the Abuond government. Gaafar Nimiery and became Prime Minister.

He abolished all political parties, his ideology leant towards Marxism. He ruled Sudan for 16 years. In 1972 he signed with the Southern Sudanese rebels in the Addis Ababa Agreement. This agreement led to an end to the civil war and a degree of self rule.

In 1983 Nimeriy declared Islamic law throughout the country, this resulted in the continuation of the Addis Ababa Agreement. Nimiery believed in Peace not a Quran or Bible, this also resulted in a second civil war led by Keribino Kuanyin Bol and William Nyon Bany in Malakal region in 1983.

In 1986 a group of military officers led by Lieutenant General Abd ar Rahman Siwar Adh Dhahab overthrew Nimiery. And in June 1986 an election was carried out throughout Sudan, as a result of this Sadiq Al Mhadi formed a coalition government with umma, NIF and the UDP and the four Southern parties

In 1989 another group of military officers overthrew the Sadiq government. In 2005 the al Bahsier government signed a peace agreement with the Southern rebel movement SPLM. This agreement gave the south a return to self government and will be followed by a referendum in 2011. Few of the military and wealth sharing agreements were implemented. Also the issue of three regions, Blue Nile, Abyei and Southern Kordofan remain unresolved. This election will be a fragile addition to the current Arab and Islamic influence in Sudanese affairs.

Darfur conflict

In early 2003 a new rebellion began in the western region of Darfur. The rebels accused the al Bashier government of neglecting the Darfur region and they also wanted to improve the lifestyle and the position of the Darfur people. The main rebel allegation is that the Arab militia have engaged in ethnic cleansing in Darfur and they have military support from the al Bashier Government, the violence continued until a peace agreement was signed in Abuja with some rebel groups. It was reported that the humanitarian situation remains very poor. In this conflict al-Bashier was internationally indicted for crimes of humanity and international crimes or war crimes. The external relationship in the al Bashier government became so bad that it has been compared to the Nimeiry Government.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part Two : Manifesto of the Sudanese Emancipation United Movement

 

1.        Federal system in Sudan

2.        Declaration

3.        Guiding principle

4.        Time frame for project

5.        National Executive Board

6.        National Council of SEUM

7.        Discipline

8.        Services

9.        Office

10.     National structure

11.     Founding and associate members of SEUM

South Sudan

West Sudan

East Sudan

North Sudan

12.     Media Release:

Critical problems in Sudan

An urgent need for development in Sudan

Multiple threats in Sudan

The new politics in Sudan

The UN and Security council

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manifesto of the Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia and a Media Release

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF SUDAN

·          An organization for achievement and transformation

·          We are committed to the resolution of: social, political, legal and economic problems of Sudan

THE SUDANESE EMANICIPATION UNITED MOVEMENT(SEUM) was formed in January 2010 in Australia:

1.       To bring a formal end to a devastating civil war which left around five million people dead and more than ten million displaced More than 3 million have migrated as refugees to many countries in the world including Australia.

2.       To establish a united Sudan (a federal government and 4 states and a national Territory ) and significant improvements in security all over Sudan, including neighbouring countries and encourage the return of displaced people and refugees to their homes and the expansion of investments.

3.       To establish a National Executive Board and National Council acting as a Sudanese Government and a legitimate authority to oversee and make policies in Sudan and abroad.

 

Sudanese Australians continue to worry about the political future of Sudan, as the peace agreement is extremely fragile and violence is again breaking out all over Sudan between African residents and Arab migrants. The humanitarian situation and the daily life of innocent people, security and developments would be harsh.

Declaration

We the founding members of the SEUM Australia declare that:

1.     We are committed to the vision of SEUM Sudan to which we all belong;

2.     We promise to work towards a united Sudan based on principles of justice, freedom, equality and equity;

3.     To further our aims, we form this organization and invite others to become members and be involved in accordance with this Manifesto set out here.

4.     We agree to form a new SEUM government to function in exile and later move the exile office to Sudan in November 2010

5.     To Implement systems and procedures to remove all marginalization and discrimination

6.     To establish a strong economy to support the progress of the people of Sudan in all aspects of life including health, education, access to clean water, and security.

7.     To Create a unified, egalitarian, representative government of Sudan, diplomatic relations with international communities and local governments and accessible legal systems based on fairness, equity and cross political borders , economic, educational cooperation and investment between Sudan and the world including Australia

8.     To Remove all Islamic systems in Sudan and procedures of discrimination based on race, religion, tribe, gender and culture

9.     To promote human rights in all aspects of government systems, economy and social interactions and find a means of stopping the regime from killing people from Darfur, east, north and south Sudan and in also the Blue Nile region , Nuba Mountains and Abeyi

10.   To redistribute power and wealth in a way that improves opportunity and encourages economic developments in the war affected areas.

11.   To provide security to the people of Sudan in employment, society, access to food and water, health and freedom from violence and war

12.   Cooperation and recognition of United Nations and all Human Rights organizations

13.   Lobbying and encouraging Australian and international communities to provides financial, social, and political support to SEUM.

14.   SEUM is a democratic movement with the objective of working towards the establishment of a New Sudanese Government as free and just for all.

Guiding Principle

Affirmative Action. All positions in this Manifesto should be held on the basis of four states namely: Darfur, east, north and south Sudan.

Time frame for Project:

Part One: February 15 2010 to 30 May 2010

1.       Establishment of two offices of SEUM

2.       Leadership training for staff

3.       Delivery of policies and lobbying

 

Part Two: First National Conference- June and November2010

1.       To discuss a new constitution for Sudan.

2.       All interested parties and organizations

3.       Moving SEUM first interim Government to Sudan

National Executive Board

The officers of the National Executive Board of SEUM shall be:

1.       a National President;

2.       two Vice Presidents

3.       a National Treasurer (Secretary for finance);

4.       a National General Secretary;

5.       a National Secretary for Information, and Culture

6.       a National secretary for development, reconstruction and rehabilitation

7.       a National secretary for Communication and media Affairs;

8.       a National Secretary for political parties coordination affairs

9.       a National Secretary for Women League;

10.   a National Secretary for Youth League.

National Council of SEUM Australia

The officers of the National Council of SEUM shall be:

a.        Speaker

b.       Parliamentary General Secretary

c.        Financial and administrative affairs

d.       Parliamentary members

Main Activities for SEUM Australia for 2010 are:

1.       Federal Constitution to establish the following institutions:

a.        federal Government of Sudan

b.       Parliament

c.        Judicial system and its justice agents

d.       States. National, territory and regional/local governments

2.       Economic Development

3.       Social services

4.       Security

5.       Health and science technology

6.       Minerals and water development

7.       Culture and heritage

8.       Immigration and Integration

9.       Religion

10.   Marriage and divorce

11.   Political parties

Discipline

Suspension and expulsion of members of SEUM Australia Subject to this Manifesto, if the National Executive Board is of the opinion that a member has refused or neglected to comply with this manifesto, or has been guilty of conduct unbecoming a member or prejudicial to the interests of SEUM, the National Executive Board may by resolution:

1.       fine that member an amount not exceeding $500;

2.       suspend that member from membership of SEUM for a specified period; or

3.       expel that member from SEUM

Services:

a.        Education for all

b.        Health provision

c.        Agricultural

d.        Development of humanitarian aid

e.        Energy and climate protection

f.         Animal protection

g.        Technology and science

h.        Public and private transport provision

i.          War orphans and disabled people

j.          Crime and justice provision

k.        Social security provision

l.          Equality

m.      Establish website for SEUM

Office

The head office of SEUM shall be known as the “National Executive Office” and shall be established later at a place determined by the National Executive Board

National Structure:

SEUM Australia shall consist of representatives from the region of: Darfur, east, north and Southern Sudan

That SEUM Australia function through the following administrative sections:

(a) National Executive Board

(b) National Council

(c) National Youth League

(d) National Women League

(e) Affiliated Representatives from four states and a territory

(f)   International cooperation and investment

(g) Humanitarian aid and development and human rights

Founding and associate members of SEUM:

Southern Sudan :

1.       Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

2.       Martin Johnson Rajab

3.       Deng Mayar Ceyerdit

4.       Abdelkarim Osman El Nadaif

Western Sudan (Darfur)

1.       Dr. Idris Abdelmola Mohamed

2.       Mohamed Abdella      

3.       Abubaker Adam Khmaies

4.       Ahmed Ali Oushar

Eastern Sudan:

1.       Bakr  Omer Northern Sudan

 

 

MEDIA RELEASE

15th February 2010

Urgent need for the Rescue of all the Peace Agreements in Sudan

(as well as forming a Cohesive Federal Government in Sudan)

The SUDANESE EMANACIPATION UNITED MOVEMENT (SEUM) is a collective group of enthusiastic Sudanese from different parts of Sudan a peacemaking body, committed to bringing Sudan a better and a more suitable system.

SEUM is for a federation of Sudanese states based on the principles of equality, equity, human rights and freedom for all.

SEUM is not based on minority and social values, but abolishes racism, religious intolerance and historical myopia. Develops stability and peace agreements in all parts of Sudan and opportunities for education, employment, social security, cultural diversity tax and economic security. SEUM choose to act and represent a federal Sudanese Government in exile comprising of three arms of government namely: Executive Government, Parliament and Judiciary in addition to the state government..

The current regime (NCP) has undermined the existing peace agreements. As a result of which we have made a decision to oppose this obvious attempt to return Sudan to a state of war. There is a vital need for the Sudanese people to stand firm to protect the quality of life of the people of Sudan. We would also like to stop the current human abuses carried out all over Sudan.

There needs to be a dynamic stability between people of different religions and races. For this purpose, we want to assure you that we understand that, we have combated too much for centuries, we have criticized too much for years, we have judged too much for months, and we gossiped too much for weeks and days, but gained nothing except the destruction of our own civilians by our own people. We believe we live in a world that is fractured. For our species to survive to the next generation we need to wake up to who we really are. This will only be achieved when, the majority of the Sudanese opposition parties come together to stand firm and find possible solutions for all the outstanding problems.

With honor and delight, we plan to have talks with all Sudanese and non Sudanese in Sudan and in Diaspora including Australia, UN and human rights organizations explaining our current initiative about the political future of Sudan. Also we will expand our initiative and we will involve others along with Sudanese people and let them be aware of the current ache for change in Sudan.

We support the CPA but object to the behavior of the NCP which is endangering all to remain the ruling regime. We need to embrace a democratic future, so we are committed to forming a new government and standing for the rights of all Sudanese people, even though the NCP have continually denied the will of the people of Sudan.

Cri tical problems in Sudan

Sudan is a country where the will of the people and the peace agreements are not respected and human being are not valued. There has not been representative government for all Sudanese established since 1956, there is a lack of religious tolerance, no forgiveness and no apology between the migrant Arab Sudanese and the KUCH -African residents. These problems have resulted in disrupting the livelihoods, development and provision of essential services and the ability for improving access to remote areas of Sudan. Since independence of Sudan in 1955, Sudan has been living through internal wars. The wars have been about religion, race, equality and freedom for all by one certain group (Arab) against one certain group (Africans).

An urgent need for development in Sudan

The CPA has been undermined by the NCP together with the slow implementation of expected development and providing of essential services

for example water and health care. Livelihood opportunities in the war affected areas have also been affected.

SEUM Australia is competent to resolve the key issues in the leading up to CPA and other peace agreements by establishing a strong government, electing people to national parliament, state parliaments and form independent and transparent judicial systems. The aim is to provide effective internal security to protect civilians, opportunities for development and building a strong nation with greater support for the Sudanese people and the rest of the world.

Multiple threats in Sudan

Lack of representative government in the past and in the present. The inability of community police to provide security means problems for all Sudanese and violence in South Sudan and the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) of Uganda. All these contribute to insecurity, starvation and less development. These continue to inflict chaos in most parts of the region as well as security instability from neighboring countries such as Chad and Uganda.

The new Politics in Sudan

SEUM scheme, takes place in the framework of a parliamentary representative federal democratic system, whereby the President (as well as 3 vice presidents) is the head of the Federal  state of Sudan, Parliament and the judicial systems as well as Council of Ministers are part of the confederacy of Sudan.

The Prime minister is the head of the government and of a multi-party system of the Federal State. Executive power is exercised by the government of each of the states in Sudan. Legislative power is vested in both government and the parliament. The judiciary is independent of the executive and the legislature in both governments. The constitutionally created Federal political system headed by a president and 3 vice presidents, who have primary ritual powers and are elected by all people, but the Prime minister is elected by an absolute majority of members of the parliament in the federation, whereas Premier is elected by an absolute majority of members of each state similar to that of federal state.   and the process should be held during the national parliamentary session.

The council of ministers and the Prime minister constitute the executive government and appoint the council of ministers. A new Sudanese flag is created to reflect the identity and unity and is where a multiple system would be in practice. The security arrangements, at both levels of governments, each state has its own army and police units. Each state has an equal number of army and police units to federal government, these army and police units are the national police and army for Sudan. Each state has the right to make external relationships with governments in Africa and similarly with the federal government.  The wealth sharing between the states and federal is based on portion of the total incomes of the national wealth earned from all states. The federal and the states are given the same portions except regional/local which for example: Federal government gets 40% of the national   income from the states.   Each state gets 40% of the regional/local income and the regional/local gets 20% of area council income. And the SUDANESE POUND recognize as for Federation.

The UN and Security Council

The UN and Security Council should make it clear to the people of Sudan that the protection of civilians should be a priority by giving powers that mandate the recognition of SEUM as an authority and a legitimate party to provide civilians with protection and the UN should provide an effective peacekeeping mission to assist the SEUM. Donors should ensure that in 2010 emergency response needs for food supplies and health care needs should be provided directly to local communities.

When Donors and the UN have provided local communities with the needs directly, the SEUM will be able to start establishing the “interim government for Sudan and set up the institutions before the peace agreements expire”.

SEUM Australia has a networking system and communicates directly with all Sudanese people on the ground, and diasporas including Australia.

SEUM Australia be the overall authority and legitimately recognized as a government in exile for Sudan.

Long live New Sudan

Long live KUCH people

Long live SEUM Australia

Part Four : Structure of Federation for the Sudan

 

1.        Federation of Sudan

2.        States confederate

3.        Local/region

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Sudanese Federation is form  based on the following:

a.        State federation

b.       National territory

c.        Local/region

States federation comprise of the following areas of Sudan:

a.        North Sudan

b.       West Sudan

c.        East Sudan and

d.       South Sudan

Each state comprise of the following areas:

North Sudan                                                               city                   region

a.        North                                                          Dongola          region/local

b.       Nile River Valley                                       Atbara              region/local

c.        Khartoum                                                   (capital city)     region/local

d.       Part of White   Nile state                            Deium              region/local

West Sudan

a.        North Darfur                                              (capital city)     region/local

b.       West Darfur                                               Genina              region/local

c.        South Darfur                                             Nyila                region/local

d.       North Kordofan                                         el   Obied          region/local

East Sudan and

a.        Port Sudan                                                             port Sudan       region/local

b.       Kassala                                                       (capital City)    region/local

c.        Gatheirf                                                     Gatherif            region/local

d.       Madeni                                                       Madeni             region/local

South Sudan

a.        Blue Nile                                                    Demazin           region/local

b.       Sennar                                                        Singa                region/local

c.        Part of white Nile                                      Kosti                region/local

d.       Unity                                                          Bentiu              region/local

e.        Upper Nile                                                             Malakal            region/local

f.        West Equatoria                                          Yambio            region/local

g.       East equotoria                                           Torit                 region/local

h.       Central equatoria                                       Juba                  (capital city)  

National Territory

a.        South kordofan                                         Kadugli            region/local

b.       West kordofan                                           Fula                  region/local

c.        Warrap                                                       warrap             region/local

d.       North BG                                                   Aweil               region/local

e.        West BG                                                    (capital city)    region/local                  

 

Part Four: Presidential Decrees

1.        Dissolution of the current Islamic military dictatoship government

2.        Establishment of the new federal system( confederated states)

3.        Appointment of the Presidential Cabinets

4.        Appointment new caretakers federal government in Sudan (council of ministers and state governemnts)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ref: FGS/E0/2010                                                       Date: 3rd April 2010    

Dissolution of al Bashier:

    1. Islamic Federal, states and local Government created and
    2. Any other Islamic institutions created by him
    3. Financial agreements
    4. Trade and political relationships
    5. Investment agreements
    6. Militia, and Military agreements based on (Terrorism)
    7. Abolish of the current election
    8. Hold the assets

Presidential Decree no.01/2010

The Manifesto of the Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) empowers the President of the Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) with regard to other bodies to appoint, inaugurate and dismiss the Current (Islamic National Congress Party’s Government), at the joint proposal of the National Council and the National Executive Body of the Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia, under Articles (1, 2 and 3) of the   MANIFESTO.

At the joint proposal, the Speaker of the National Council for SEUM Australia and the President of the Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) under the terms Article …4 and 8…. hereby decrees:

The Regime President of Islamic Government of Sudan and President of the (Islamic National Congress Party), Mr. Omer Ahmed Hassein El Bashier and his Government Cabinets and all institutions established by him in Sudan and Overseas dismissed as from the date of this presidential decree.

Issued in the Exile Palace on April 3rd of two thousand and ten

Signed

Aguer Barac kuot Rual

President Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

 

Federal Government of Sudan

FGS/E0/2010                                                               Date: 3rd April 2010

1.       Establishment of the Federal Government in Sudan

(a)     Executive Council

(b)    Parliament

(c)     Judicial system

2.       State Governments

3.       National Territory

4.       Regional/ local governments

 

Presidential Decree No.02/010

President of the Federal Government of Sudan in Exile, hereby decree the establishment of the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN SUDAN a true democratic system in Sudan as with effect from 3 April 2010.

The Manifesto empowers me to dissolve the existing regime states (26) and re-establish Sudan to only four states namely: Northern State, Eastern State, Western State and Southern state and National territory.

All the Federal states established above shall be independent of the Federal Government of Sudan and each state will form its government and function in accordance with new interim manifesto and the National Constitution which shall be drafted hereafter. The Federal Government in the State shall establish an independent three arms of the government namely: Executive, Parliament and Judicial systems. The modern State shall also establish an independent army, police and any other security organizations and in addition to its finance. In all parts of Sudan there is a vital need for the State Federal Governments to stand firm to protect the quality of life of the people of Sudan. There is also a need for a dynamic stability between people of different states, religions, races as well as corporations among the states.

We need to embrace a democratic future, so we are committed to the establishment of a Cohesive Federal Government for Sudan. This government will stand for the rights of all Sudanese people and will make better relationships with world governments. At the moment, the President of the Federal Government of Sudan is the high authority and has the power to appoint and dismiss and has the ability to supervise the Federal government in the four states and the national federal government which will hereafter be moved to Sudan.

The UN Mission in Sudan

Upon establishment, the UN mission in Sudan shall be in a position to deliver this presidential decree to the regime (Bashier and its members) and when al Bashier and his cabinet are served with this decree the regime will voluntarily leave Sudan and hand over the government without making any trouble or resist. In case of the regimes refusal then the UN mission and Security Council, and the African Union, European Union and United States of American shall make a resolution for removing them from Sudan. The Sudanese political parties and all people in Sudan will strongly support this and they play very vital roles to remove al Bahier and his groups. The donors shall provide local communities with their needs directly and in co-operation with SEUM. SEUM will establish the interim government and all institutions for Sudan soon after. And the SEUM office shall communicate with the UN office in Geneva and in addition to diasporas states federal governments and the UN forces shall be increased to meet the demands and to ensure that all civilians are protected from the regime and the new appointed governments have an opportunities to deliver their services to the people of their respective states and regions/locals.

Signed

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

President of the Sudanese Confederated Government (Exile Office) Australia

And president of the Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FGS/E0/2010                                                                        Date: 3rd April 2010

Presidential Decree No.03/010

Appointment by Decree of interim Federal Government office Bearers:

President and three vice president:

Mr. Aguer Barac Kuot Rual                                        President

3 Vice Presidents:

Mr. Idris   Abdelmola Mohamed                                  Vice President

Mr. Bakr Omer                                                             Vice president

Mr. Yasir Haraman Saeed                                            Vice president

Prime Minister:

Mr. Mohamed Ibrahim Ngutala                                      Prime Minister

Mr. Aldo Ajou Deng                                                     Deputy

State Premiers:

Mr.Salva Kiir Mayardit …………………………….....South Sudan

Mr. Malik Agar ……………………………………….Deputy

Mr. Hatim al Sir ……………………………………….North Sudan

Mr. Mabrak al Mahdi…………………………………. Deputy

Mr. Abdel Wad Mohamed el Nur .................................. West Sudan

Mr. Dr Khalil Ibrahim ..................................................... Deputy

Mr.Dr. Abo Amna ........................................................... East Sudan

Mr. Dr Amina .................................................................. Deputy

National Territory Premier      

Mr. Abdela Aziz Adam Heliu                                                     Premier                                

Mr. Garang Mabil Deng Deputy                                     Deputy

Local/regional Governors:

At the local/regional levels governors will be nominated later by the State Premiers and appointed by the Premier of their respective states.

Signed

Aguer Barac kuot Rual

President of the Sudanese Federal Government (Exile Office) Australia

And president of the Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

 

COGS/E0/2010                                            Date: 3rd April 2010

 

 

Presidential Decree No.04/2010

 

Declaration of State Of Emergency throughout Sudan.

 

 

Due to the ongoing problems created by the current regime and with accordance to the presidential decree issued from the SEUM regarding the removal of al   Bashier from the government, and by the powers invested in me as president of Federal Government in Sudan, I hereby declare a state of emergency, this state of emergency must be addressed by the new government with effect as from the date of this declaration issue.

Signed

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

President of the Sudanese Federal Government (Exile Office) Australia

And President of the Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FGS/EO/ 2010                           date: 3rd April 2010

Presidential Decree No.05/2010

Establishment of Interim   Federal Courts of Federation in Sudan

The President of the Interim Federal Government of Sudan(Exile)

Decree

In accordance with the powers vested in me under the Article 1,2 and 3 of the manifesto of the SEUM and   the new interim Federal government created, I AGUER BARAC KUOT RUAL president of the Federal government of Sudan-Exile, hereby decree the establishment of the interim   courts throughout the Sudan as follows: (1) Federal high Court of Sudan (2) Federal Supreme courts-states courts (3) magistrate court- local /region courts.

The above courts shall be an independent institutions which will perform their own functions in accordance with its Act which shall be draft hereafter.

Formulate, promote   and apply to enforce the laws which shall maintain protection and care of people of the Sudan.

The above courts shall settle cases , by punish and set people to prisons, and maintain peace and orders of the Federal government in Sudan.

Made under my hand in Exile Palace this three day of April 2010

Sign

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

President of the Federal Government   (Exile office) Australia

And the President of the SEUM

 

 

Part five:   Previous Correspondence

Previous correspondence  with all the Security Council Ambassadors’ offices in Australia, South African and Australian  government including state of Victoria and the two major political parties in Australia namely: Liberal Party and Labor Party.

 

a.        Previous Correspondence

b.         Map of New Federation of Sudan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM )

Excellency Mr. Alexander BLOKHIN

Russian Ambassador Australia

78, Canberra Avenue, Griffith, ACT 2603

 

19th February 2010

Dear Sir

Please find enclosed our MANIFESTO  and MEDIA RELEASE for a new established political organisation for Sudan. We are the SUDANESE EMANCIAPTION UNITED MOVEMENT (SEUM). We are hopping for your full support and feedback. With this in mind we hope to meet in the future to discuss these proposals.

Your sincerely

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

For

Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

Email: [email protected]

 

The Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

David Martin Pius Daly

Head of Delegation ,

Ambassador of the European Union Delegation,

Canberra, Australia

Delegation of the European Union to Australia and New Zealand

18 Arkana Street

Yarralumla ACT 2600

AUSTRALIA

 

19th February 2010

Dear Sir

Please find enclosed our MANIFESTO  and MEDIA RELEASE for a new established political organisation for Sudan. We are the SUDANESE EMANCIAPTION UNITED MOVEMENT (SEUM). We are hopping for your full support and feedback. With this in mind we hope to meet in the future to discuss these proposals.

Your sincerely

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

For

Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

Email: [email protected]

 

 

 

The Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

Mr. Christopher Woodthorpe

Director of the United Nations

Information Centre (UNIC)

in Canberra.

Level 1, 7 National Circuit

Barton, ACT 2600

19th February 2010

Dear Sir

Please find enclosed our MANIFESTO  and MEDIA RELEASE for a new established political organisation for Sudan. We are the SUDANESE EMANCIAPTION UNITED MOVEMENT (SEUM). We are hopping for your full support and feedback. With this in mind we hope to meet in the future to discuss these proposals.

Your sincerely

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

For

Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

Email: [email protected]

 

 

The Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

The Rt Hon Baroness Amos

British High Commissioner in Australia

Commonwealth Avenue

Yarralumla

ACT 2600

 

19th February 2010

Dear Sir

Please find enclosed our MANIFESTO  and MEDIA RELEASE for a new established political organisation for Sudan. We are the SUDANESE EMANCIAPTION UNITED MOVEMENT (SEUM). We are hopping for your full support and feedback. With this in mind we hope to meet in the future to discuss these proposals.

Your sincerely

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

For

Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

Email: [email protected]

Mobile: 0432 043 585

 

 

 

 

The Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

HE. Mr. Lenin M Shope

South African High Commission

Corner State Circle and Rhodes Place

Yarralumla 2600

 

19th February 2010

Dear Sir

Please find enclosed our MANIFESTO  and MEDIA RELEASE for a new established political organisation for Sudan. We are the SUDANESE EMANCIAPTION UNITED MOVEMENT (SEUM). We are hopping for your full support and feedback. With this in mind we hope to meet in the future to discuss these proposals.

Your sincerely

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

For

Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

Email: [email protected]

Mobile: 0432 043 585

 

 

The Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

Mr Graham Romanes

The Consulate-General of Ethiopia

PO Box 2088

Fitzroy Mail Centre, Victoria

Australia 3065

 

19th February 2010

Dear Sir

Please find enclosed our MANIFESTO  and MEDIA RELEASE for a new established political organisation for Sudan. We are the SUDANESE EMANCIAPTION UNITED MOVEMENT (SEUM). We are hopping for your full support and feedback. With this in mind we hope to meet in the future to discuss these proposals.

Your sincerely

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

For

Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

Email: [email protected]

Mobile: 0432 043 585

 

The Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

Jeff Belich

US Ambassador in Australia

American Embassy

Moonah Place

Yarralumla, ACT 2600

19th February 2010

Dear Sir

Please find enclosed our MANIFESTO  and MEDIA RELEASE for a new established political organisation for Sudan. We are the SUDANESE EMANCIAPTION UNITED MOVEMENT (SEUM). We are hopping for your full support and feedback. With this in mind we hope to meet in the future to discuss these proposals.

Your sincerely

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

For

Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

Email: [email protected]

Mobile: 0432 043 585

 

 

The Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

Mr. Zhang Junsai

Chinese Ambassador in Australia

15 Coronation Drive, Yarralumla,

Canberra, ACT2600

 

19th February 2010

Dear Sir

Please find enclosed our MANIFESTO  and MEDIA RELEASE for a new established political organisation for Sudan. We are the SUDANESE EMANCIAPTION UNITED MOVEMENT (SEUM). We are hopping for your full support and feedback. With this in mind we hope to meet in the future to discuss these proposals.

Your sincerely

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

For

Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

Email: [email protected]

 

 

 

The Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

His Excellency Mr. Michel Filhol

French Ambassador in Australia

Embassy of France

6 Perth Avenue

Yarralumla ACT 2600

 

19th February 2010

Dear Sir

Please find enclosed our MANIFESTO  and MEDIA RELEASE for a new established political organisation for Sudan. We are the SUDANESE EMANCIAPTION UNITED MOVEMENT (SEUM). We are hopping for your full support and feedback. With this in mind we hope to meet in the future to discuss these proposals.

Your sincerely

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

For

Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

Email: [email protected]

Mobile: 0432 043 585

 

 

 

The Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

Martin Lutz

German Ambassador in Australia

119 Empire Circuit

Yarralumla ACT 2600

Australia

 

19th February 2010

Dear Sir

Please find enclosed our MANIFESTO  and MEDIA RELEASE for a new established political organisation for Sudan. We are the SUDANESE EMANCIAPTION UNITED MOVEMENT (SEUM). We are hopping for your full support and feedback. With this in mind we hope to meet in the future to discuss these proposals.

Your sincerely

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

For

Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

Email: [email protected]

 

The Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

 

Rob Hulls MP

Deputy Premier

Attorney General

Minister for Racing

Member for Niddrie

Level 3, 1 Treasury Place

East Melbourne VIC 3002

19th February 2010

 

Dear Sir

Please find enclosed our MANIFESTO and MEDIA RELEASE for a new established Sudanese Emancipation United movement (SEUM) for Sudan. We are hopping for your full support and feedback. With this in mind we hope to meet in the future to discuss these proposals with you.

Your sincerely

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

For

Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

 

 

The Hon Stephen Smith MP

Minister for Foreign Affairs, Deputy Leader of the House

PO Box 6022

House of Representatives

Parliament House

Canberra ACT 2600

 

19th February 2010

 

Dear Sir

Please find enclosed our MANIFESTO and MEDIA RELEASE for a new established Sudanese Emancipation United movement (SEUM) for Sudan. We are hopping for your full support and feedback. With this in mind we hope to meet in the future to discuss these proposals with you.

Your sincerely

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

For

Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

 

The Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM)

 

Bill Shelton

Australian Labor Party- Victoria Branch

March 3rd 2010

Dear sir

Please find eclosed our MANIFESTO and MEDIA RELEASE for a new establsih organisation for Sudanese. We are the SUDANESE EMANCIPATION UNITED MOVEMENT (SEUM). We are hopping for your full support and feeback. With this mind we hope to meet in the future to discuss these proposals

Your sincerely

Aguer Barac Kuot Rual

For

The Sudanese Emancipation United Movement (SEUM) Australia

[email protected]

Mobile; 0432 043 585

 

 

Map of New Federation of Sudan

 

 

 



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