Why should the World take the Leadership of South Sudan?

By Peter Gai Manyuon

April 25, 2015 (SSNA) — In world context, a failed state is perceived as having failed at some of the basic conditions and responsibilities of a sovereign government based on international politics. Absolutely; if a country loses control of its territory, or of the monopoly on the legitimate use of physical force therein, Erosion of legitimate authority to make collective decisions, inability to provide public services and inability to interact with other states as a full member of the international community is regarded as failed state in International arena.

Common characteristics of a failing state includes a central government so weak or ineffective that it has little practical control over much of its territory; non-provision of public services; widespread corruption and criminality like what is happening in Juba; refugees and involuntary movement of populations; and sharp economic decline. All those are what are constituted to a failed state base on International System on how geo-political and global politics are evaluated.

“Practically South Sudan as the country is at the stage of collapsing due to ideology of primitiveness among the leaders who assumed being in leadership is to get access to wealth and properties. A Country that inflation is high, corruption is high, primitiveness is high, nepotism is high and tribalism is objective of the government; deserves an emergency action from global leaders that knows the important of human being and democracy…”

The current stage where South Sudan now needs good intervention from international community to impose sanctions to the individuals that are becoming obstacles to peace in the Country. Where globally will you find Country resources goes to individuals pockets?  All the seventy five (75) corrupt officials within the former detainees, Juba regime culprits and opposition culprits deserve questions from the international community.

Hence, both the government officials and oppositions elements deserve sanctions from the regional community and international community as well.

Most of the South Sudanese people have been dying since 2013 up to date due to one man-made catastrophe that was design by hopeless and political sycophants that always focus on what should be put in the stomach for personal food.  Who will bring peace when all took country resources abroad for individuality?

However, the current inflation in the country where households could not afford buying food items is the reason that will force the President of South Sudan to think beyond his selfish interest or resign for people safety.  

Since the originality of the current crisis in South Sudan in 2013 to date; most of people within the government of President Kiir Mayardit begin collecting public money for missions that are good known to them. Good houses have been built in East Africa Countries using the country money  that are supposed to be use for building hospitals, infrastructures and public Universities where citizens could enjoy the privileges of having the government or State.

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