Mauling Sudan

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Lundag ka king: pamaglibut, paintunan
Republica ning Mauling Sudan
Motto: "Justice, Liberty, Prosperity"
Himno: "South Sudan Oyee!"
Tungku o kapitolyu
ampong pekamaragul a lakanbalen o ciudad
Juba
04°51′N 31°36′E / 4.85, 31.6
Opisyal a amanu English[1][2]
Kikilalanan a pambangsang amanu
ampong 60ng aliwang amanu
Demonym South Sudanese
Kapamahalan Federal presidential democratic republic
 -  Pamuntuk Salva Kiir Mayardit
 -  Kadwang Pamuntuk Riek Machar Teny
 -  Upper house Council of States
 -  Lower house National Legislative Assembly
Pangatimawa ibat king Sudan
 -  Wakas ning Anglo-Egyptian Sudan 31 Diciembre 1955 
 -  Comprehensive Peace Agreement 6 Enero 2005 
 -  Otonomiya 9 Julio 2005 
 -  Katimawan 9 Julio 2011 
Lapad
 -  Total 619,745 km2 (42nd)
239,285 sq mi 
Populasyun
 -  2008 census 8,260,490 (disputed)[3] (94th)
 -  Density 13.33/km2 (214th)
34.52/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2012 estimate
 -  Total $10.450 billon[4]
 -  Per capita $1,006[4]
GDP (nominal) 2012 estimate
 -  Total $12.202 billion [4]
 -  Per capita $1,174[4]
Currency South Sudanese pound (SSP)
Time zone East Africa Time (UTC+3)
Drives on the right
Calling code +211[5]
ISO 3166 code SS
Internet TLD .ss[6]a
a. Registered, but not yet operational.

Ing Mauling Sudan (South Sudan), a maki opisyal a titulung (Listeni/ˌsθ sˈdæn/ or /sˈdɑːn/), Republica ning Mauling Sudan (Republic of South Sudan)[7] at bayu ita, ausan dang Southern Sudan, metung yang bangsang makakulung-gabun (landlocked) king aslagan-kalibudtang Africa[7] a kayabe king United Nations subregion ning Aslagang Africa (Eastern Africa).[8] Ing Juba ing kasalungsungan nang tungku (buntuk balen, kapitolyu o cabesera/kabisera), a ya mu namang pekamaragul nang lakanbalen o ciudad. Balak deng yalis ing tungku nang lakanbalen (capital city) king mas makalibutad a lugal, ing Ramciel, king paintungulan.[9] Padurutan de ing Mauling Sudan ning Ethiopia king aslagan, Kenya king mauli-aslagan, Uganda king mauli, ing Democratic Republic of the Congo king mauli-albugan, ing Central African Republic king albugan ampo ing Sudan king pangulu. Kayabe ya keti ing maleparan a labuad a pinak ning ning Sudd, a lelangan ning White Nile at mayayaus keting a Bahr al Jabal.

Dake na lang ning Ejiptu deng teritoryu ning Mauling Sudan ampong Sudan lalam ning Muhammad Ali Dynasty, at kaybat penibalan da lang antimong Anglo-Egyptian condominium o miyayabeng pamanibala ning Inglaterra o England ampong Ejiptu, anggang mitimawa ya o migsarili ing Sudasn anyang 1956. Kaybat ning Mumunang Gerang Sibil ning Sudan (First Sudanese Civil War), meyalkus ya o meporma ing Southern Sudan Autonomous Region anyang 1972 at mindatila ya o menatili anggang 1983. Kaybat, milyari ing kadwang gerang sibil ning Sudan, at meyari iti king Pangkabilugan a Pamikasundung Pangkaratunan (Comprehensive Peace Agreement) ning of 2005. Mas tawli anyang banwang ita, misubli ing otonomiya o sariling pamanibala ning mauli, anyang mebilug ya ing Autonomous Government of Southern Sudan.

Megi yang timawang estadu ing Mauling Sudan anyang 9 Julio 2011, kaybat ning metung a reperendum a mipasar kapamilatan ning 98.83% da reng botu.[10][11] Metung yang estadung kayanib da reng Misasanmetung a Bangsa (United Nations member state),[12][13] kayanib ning African Union,[14] ampong estadung kayanib ning Intergovernmental Authority on Development.[15] Anyang Julio 2012, pinirma ya ing Mauling Sudan kareng Geneva Conventions.[16]

Dalerayan[mag-edit | edit source]

  1. The Transitional Constitution of the Republic of South Sudan, 2011. Government of South Sudan. Retrieved on 12 July 2011. Part One, 6(2). "English shall be the official working language in the Republic of South Sudan".
  2. At a Glance. Official portal. Government of Southern Sudan (12 July 2011). Retrieved on 2011-07-24.
  3. "Discontent over Sudan census", News24.com (21 May 2009). Retrieved on 2011-07-14. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Report for Selected Countries and Subjects. World Economic Outlook Database, April 2013. International Monetary Fund (April 2013). Retrieved on 18 April 2013.
  5. "New country, new number: Country code 211 officially assigned to South Sudan" (Press release). International Telecommunication Union. 14 July 2011. Retrieved 2011-07-20. 
  6. .ss Domain Delegation Data. Internet Assigned Numbers Authority. ICANN. Retrieved on 2011-09-01.
  7. 7.0 7.1 South Sudan. The World Factbook. CIA (11 July 2011). Retrieved on 2011-07-14.
  8. UN classification of world regions. UN. Retrieved on 25 September 2011.
  9. "South Sudan profile", BBC (5 July 2011). Retrieved on 24 July 2011. 
  10. Broadcast of Declaration of Independence (part 1)
  11. Broadcast of Declaration of Independence (part 2)
  12. Worsnip, Patrick (14 July 2011). "South Sudan admitted to U.N. as 193rd member", Reuters. Retrieved on 2011-07-24. 
  13. UN welcomes South Sudan as 193rd Member State. United Nations News Service (14 July 2011). Retrieved on 14 July 2011.
  14. South Sudan Becomes African Union's 54th Member. Voice of America News (28 July 2011). Retrieved on 28 July 2011.
  15. "Ethiopia Agrees to Back Somalia Army Operations, IGAD Says" (25 November 2011). Retrieved on 25 November 2011. 
  16. Freedom House Congratulates South Sudan for Signing the Geneva Conventions. Freedom House (20 July 2012). Retrieved on 2012-07-20.

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