why south sudan became independent?
- The GladiatorLv 510 years agoFavorite Answer
South Sudan has long been culturally "independent" of the North. During the Second Sudanese Civil War, 80% of the population has been displaced.
- Anonymous10 years ago
the u.s supported the creation of south sudan because the south has oil. so the u.s supported some rogue dictator to take control of the south. the pupet will go on to kick out all competitors of the u.s, and make sure that only the u.s and its rogue allies can get the resources.
- 4 years ago
i assume it fairly is slightly no longer likely to verify those us of a self sufficient do you comprehend why south Sudan is a separate us of a now ? this is all because of the fact they have a appropriate form of oil and the united statessimply needs it !