Elections results to reformulate Sudan's political map (3)

09:11, April 27, 2010      

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UNITY TO OUTDO SEPARATION

"The two parties, according to the CPA, can keep Sudan united or form two separate states to live side by side in peace. All these depend on the form of relation to be established according to the coming government coalition," said al-Saouri.

However, he believed unity will outdo separation in the coming referendum, saying that "the domestic circumstances after the elections will not encourage separation, as the SPLM has got what it wanted. Additionally, it will also participate in north Sudan's central government."

"The regional circumstances don't encourage separation either, as the countries neighboring south Sudan do not want the south to secede which may cause instable fronts inside those countries to demand separation, too," he added.


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