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Deng Alor Kuol

Place of Birth: Abyei Region


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No cash, no peace

The political heavyweights among the grouping of Former Detainees also remain aloof particularly former SPLM Secretary-General Pa'gan Amum Okiech former security chief Majak D'Agoot and former Foreign Minister Deng Alor Kuol...


Sanctions and splits

On 17 July Kiir finally sacked foreign minister Deng Alor Kuol – after several months of absence without leave - and replaced him with the staunchly-loyal presidential advisor Nhial Deng Nhial – seemingly contrary to the provisions of the existing power-sharing arrangement established in 2015 (AC Vol 59 No 7 Salva's bunker mentality)...

The group also includes Deng Alor Kuol a former senior SPLA commander originally from Abyei who served as foreign minister in Khartoum during the 2005-11 government of national unity and then as foreign minister in Juba until he was sacked in June 2013 reinstated following the establishment of the TGNU in 2015 and then finally dismissed in July 2018...


Power without responsibility

Former Detainees: • Deng Alor Kuol: Foreign Affairs; Ngok Dinka Abyei; another liberation war hero; Sudan's SPLM-nominated Foreign Minister after CPA; then same job in Juba after Independence; suspended June 2013 in dismissals that led to civil war in December...


Peace deal stalls again

'Khartoum weakened South Sudan to be a failed state… and now Riek and Salva are competing over relations with Sudan' Luka Biong Deng Kuol Director of Juba University's Peace and Development Studies Centre and a former minister in Khartoum and then Juba told Africa Confidential...

Some Dinka have been vocally complaining about the Former Detainees group's proposal of Francis Deng's cousin Deng Alor Kuol as Foreign Minister...


To publish or be damned

Pieng Deng Kuol; the Chief of Staff in December 2013 Gen...

'There is a feeling of despair among the people especially; they attached a lot of hope to the peace talks in Addis Ababa and everybody was expecting that by 5th March peace would come to the country ' Luka Biong Deng Kuol head of Peace and Development Studies at Juba University and a former senior minister told Sudan Tribune on 13 March...


Long tunnel, glimmer of light

A tentative step forward has been made with a political reunification deal signed in Arusha on 21 January between President Salva Kiir Mayardit and his sacked Deputy Riek Machar Teny Dhurgon whose forces have been at war since December 2013 and Deng Alor Kuol for the former detainees (AC Vol 55 No 9 The third eleven enters the contest)...


A deadline for the deadline

The SPLM Leaders led by former Cabinet Affairs Minister Deng Alor Kuol reject the new protocol arguing that 'all stakeholders' except the government want the prime minister to hold executive power...


Shooting in Juba, talking in Addis

The other two camps at the Addis talks are those loyal to Salva Kiir and the dissidents the Third Platform led by former Foreign Minister Deng Alor Kuol and SPLM former Secretary General Pa'gan Amum Okiech (still detained in Juba)...

'This is a very important meeting ' because it shows that President Salva is 'is now looking at reconciliation within the party ' the former Minister for Presidential Affairs Luka Biong Deng Kuol told Africa Confidential from Addis Ababa...

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A deal under duress

Most had been sacked in the 2013 reshuffle but Kosti Manibe Ngai and Deng Alor Kuol had been dismissed the previous month accused of mishandling $8 million worth of funds...


A deal under duress

Most had been sacked in the 2013 reshuffle but Kosti Manibe Ngai and Deng Alor Kuol had been dismissed the previous month accused of mishandling $8 million worth of funds...

Deng Alor Kuol: ex-­Cabinet Affairs Minister ex-­GNU Foreign Minister; Ngok Dinka • Madut Biar Yel: ex­-Post and Telecommunications Minister; Dinka...


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