South Sudan Votes Overwhelmingly for Separation

January 23rd, 2011
in News, Background

Financial Times:   More than 99 per cent of voters in southern Sudan’s referendum have backed separation from the north, according to partial results released at a data centre in the southern capital.

Follow up:

Although the official result is not expected until the end of January, it appears that southerners have overwhelmingly voted to divide Africa’s largest country in two.















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