Independent from Long Beach, California on March 17, 1966 · Page 11
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War FaUs to Unite the Sudan KHARTOUM, Sudan (XP) -After 10 years of civil war, government leaders seem almost convinced the African revolt in the south of the ^ country cannot be resolved by 'military action. Government s o u r c e s ac knowledge privately that they favor the principle of a round table conference so antagonis lie political groups which claim to represent the south ern provinces can negotiate i ·settlement with the centra government. Three southern provinces-- ·Equatoria, U p p e r Nile and Bar al Gazal -- have been ir uproar since B r i t i s h rul ended. Nigeria Coups Termed Similar, but Their Internal Problems Much Different army could hnve mad* a r*v-|army, «nd In Nigfri* bwause INDEPENDENT--Page A-2S nluiion: In Ghana because no other power g r n u p l "» ·«».:«"··. «·", «ur. IT, iiu Kv/ame Nknimah had dis-Utrrtched across th» sprawl- armed the police and organ-'ing nation's four semi autnn H A V E Y O U read "Per- ized R personal two-battalion omus regions, sonals" in Classified? It's fun. in less t h a n said another two civil! ACCRA Ghana /W -- Thelsimilar r.ound to decrees is-! Nigerian soldiers slaugh-.to make our nonahgned pol-, iroblems facing th« militarylsuru :,y the former Bntislvtered one another in a "c.oupiicy really nonaligned." I egimes that overthrew cor-|army sergeants who now run.within a coup." Some 50 of- "Ghana can he Mined. civil governments a|the Rovernments as well as ficers died before an uneasy,around month apart in Nigeria andjthe armies in Lagos and I compromise was established'years," are strikingly differ-lAccra. .between those in sympathy,servant. Both countries announced;with the aims of the revolt . . . . | ""Ghana's problems a r el they will draft new constitu-^nd older officers who want- IN LAGOS, however, oh-' strictly economic--the coun- tions. hold free elections and ed it quelled as a mutiny. servers don't look for such a ry is broke." said an inter-lturn power hack to civilians The Nigerian army also quick, happy ending. Many, national civil servant who has ! atter an initial period of killed Primp Minister Sir.problems--especially admin-| served in both West African'housecleaning. Ghana and Ni- Abubakar Tafawa Balewa and ijtration and unemployment countries. ger'.a swore to fulfill their in- spveral other national lead- --defy short-term solutions. "Nigeria is comparativelyitcrnational obligations. ers . About 100 died in the Nigeria's military rulers prosperous but has yet to Both were pre-dawn upris- c()Up . .have a smalli-r. less expert- prove it can he effectively ings striking at the seats governed from the center communication centers. without splintering through . « . . Ghana Russians and Chinese . r ). r million than does Ghana's' tribal ana regional rivalries GHANA'S WAS more effi- moved on the streets at the N a t i o n a l Liberation Cmincil. into several separate coun- c j P nt which was perhaps to risk of their lives in the week Nigeria's major concern is tries." he expected in a smaller ho- a f t e r the revolution. Mostlhow to administer t!ie nation c o u n t r y . Only Soviet and Chinese technical from Lagos so as to eliminate .have a smaller. Irss of Foreigners suffered only in- enced civil service to assist convenience in Nigeria. In them in running a nation of MAUSOLFUM LAWN PROPERTY COLUMBARI'jM LAWN CRYPTS mogeneous THE PROVINCES includ Sudan's great rain forests hor d e r i n K The COHKO a n d ; Uganda. They a r e almost totally inhabited by Africans -- some C h r i s t i a n , most I pagans. j the Africans through his-! lory have resisted the Arabs of the north. Mutiny erupted when A r a b administrators moved in to take over from. the British in 1955 and end! what was nominally a British-! Egyptian condominium. T h e ' Sudanese army put down t h e , 1 m u t i n y and has been busyi ever since trying to keep it! down. A l l southern p o l i t i c a l ; groups oppose 21 so -called] southern deputies who were named to the Assembly by the: central government last N o - j vember. . There seems little chancel elections can be held in (lie south u n t i l government troops pull back to their barracks. southern refugees are allowed to come back from exile abroad and some atmosphere of stability can be imposed. * # * * IN THE meantime a kind of anarchy reigns in the south- j ern provinces, army troopsi control major centers and roads, but the "Anyanya" rebel organization controls the back country. One southerner said: "The army controls the towns and roads, thr An- yanyas the forests -- and nobody controls the Anyanyas." The rebels take their name from a p o i s o n o u s jungle insect. Any negotiations fur an end ·to ihe southern revolt will be ··complicated because southern leaders do not speak w i t h one voice and many Arabs in the |north are reluctant to accept compromise. ; "Nevertheless, the govern-j .menl now is more inclined t o i ·negotiate a solution than al ·any time in the recent past and this offers hope t h a t ; Sudan's No. 1 problem m a y i ·eventually be solved," said a; Iqualified source. ; William Deng, leader »f the ·Sudanese A f r i c a n National Union (SANU) Party says: ""I'm for a conference and I «m confident that all southern groups want to take part." The Southern Front Party, '.rival to SANU's claim to rep- Tesent the majority of southerners, also favors a round- 'table conference. 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