de Mabior (June 23, 1945 – July 30, 2005) was a Sudanese politician and leader. From 1983 to 2005, he led the Sudan People's Liberation Army during the Second Sudanese Civil War, and following a peace agreement he briefly served as First Vice President of Sudan from 9 July 2005 until he died in a 30 July 2005 helicopter crash.
Description: Interview with BBC World Servicewas just before the signing of the (CPA) Comprehensive Peace Agreement which ended two decades civil war between Arabs moslims north... - 08.01.2007, MySpace
20.02.2012 [New York Times (blog)] - Simon Maina/Agence France-Presse — Getty ImagesThe wartime leader JohnGarang might have brought inclusiveness to South Sudan, but he died months after the war ended in 2005. In Wau, a city of 150000 people with new multistory buildings lining dirt
11.02.2012 [derStandard.at] - Im Süden organisierte die "Sudanesische Volksbefreiungsarmee" (SPLA) unter der Führung von JohnGarang den Widerstand gegen das islamische Regime in Khartum. Erst 2005 wurde in Nairobi ein Friedensabkommen unterzeichnet, das umfangreiche
07.02.2012 [Voice of America] - While D'Agoot did not want to pinpoint which nation poses the biggest threat to South Sudan's sovereignty - outside his office, in the middle of the military base - a statue of the former SPLA General JohnGarang points firmly toward the north.
02.02.2012 [Nigerian Tribune] - Such groups include the Sudan People's Liberation Army(SPLA) of southern Sudan which was at a point led by the late JohnGarang. Today, the independent nation of Southern Sudan is a tribute to the memory of Garang's fighting spirit and that of members
24.02.2012 [AllAfrica.com] - In addition, he met with Rebecca Garang, the wife of the late Dr. JohnGarang, leader of the SPLM and a key architect of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement signed between the North and the South in January of 2005, ending 21 years of civil war.
31.01.2012 [AllAfrica.com] - The presidential advisor, who is the widow of the late founder of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A), JohnGarang de Mabior, and popularly known as 'Mama Nyandeng', said the populations in the volatile Jonglei state would benefit from
03.02.2012 [Junge Welt] - Die SPLM um JohnGarang sah dies zunächst ähnlich. Auch sie war der Ansicht, daß die Frage des südlichen Sudan nicht nur eine des Südens, sondern eine der politischen Strukturen, der Art der Regierung, der Verteilung von Reichtum und Macht im ganzen
29.05.2010 by Medeshi During the five-year interim period they were blamed for impeding the implementation of the peace agreement; particularly after the sudden death of JohnGarang in July 2005. The marginalization of Taha also paved the way for another ...