NAS Vision for an Inclusive Modern South Sudan - The Political Ideology of the National Salvation Front (NAS)
According to the words of the Chairman and Commander-in-Chief, General Thomas Cirillo Swaka in the foreword “...the document is an outcome of strategic analysis of the historical and current political, socio-economic and security situation in South Sudan, the root causes of the protracted ongoing conflict and civil unrest. It offers a roadmap towards building sustainable peace in South Sudan”.
Speech by Gen. Thomas Cirillo Swaka, Chairman and Commander-in-Chief of the National Salvation Front/Army (NAS) to the Nation on the Fourth Anniversary of NAS
The leadership of the National Salvation Front (NAS), through the NAS Strategic Policy Secretariat, has released the full version of its strategic policy document that proposes a federal model as the most viable option to address the root causes of the conflict in South Sudan.
The historic and strategic 87-paged document entitled "Federalism for a Peaceful and Prosperous South Sudan - The Federal System Model of South Sudan", was first introduced to the world (and was well-received) in March 2020. The official public release of the full version comes with a foreword by NAS Chairman and Commander-in-Chief Gen Thomas Cirillo.
The South Sudan Opposition Movement Alliance Leadership Council (SSOMA-LC) met on September 25 and unanimously resolved to suspend the activities of South Sudan United Front/Army (SSUF/A) led by Gen Paul Malong in the alliance.
ln line with the values, principles, and objectives of the National Salvation FronUArmy (NAS) to secure a peaceful, just, democratic and prosperous South Sudan, the leadership reiterates its commitment to promoting and protecting the rights of all people in South Sudan without discrimination. This communique, signed on September 18 2020 by the Chairman and C-in-C of the National Salvation Front (NAS) Ge Thomas Cirillo, is about that.
In an appeal issued on Monday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres urged warring parties across the world to lay down their weapons in support of the bigger battle against COVID-19: the common enemy that is now threatening all of humankind
This is SSOMA's response honouring the request and while reserving the rights of self-defence if its positions come under attack during this period.
Order 45/20.03.2020: Reference to the Statement to the People of South Sudan On Coronavirus COVID-19 dated 17th March 2020 on the health threat posed by the pandemic, this order is for the establishment of a NAS Emergency Health Committee..