Noticias

Sudan paid $200 million to Darfur authority, regional minister

31 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

The Sudanese government paid the first instalment of its financial commitment to the Darfur regional Authority (DRA), reaffirmed Tadjadine Bechir Niam, DRA Minister of Reconstruction, Development and Infrastructure.

Sudanese government and the former rebel Liberation and Equality Movement (LJM) signed the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur (DDPD) on 14 July 2011, but the head of the former rebel group and regional authority Tijani Al-Sissi kept blaming the government for paralysing DRA activities due to the lack of money.

Sudan lodges three complaints against Uganda with African regional blocs

17 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

The Sudanese government filed a series of complaints against Uganda with the African Union (AU), Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR), an official in Khartoum said today.

The Undersecretary of Sudan’s foreign ministry Rahmatallah Mohamed Osman said that his government accused Kampala of trying to overthrow the regime and embracing anti-Khartoum rebel movements.

Sudan accuse US & EU of standing behind "New Dawn" charter

15 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

The Sudanese presidential assistant Nafie Ali Nafie accused both the United States and the European Union (EU) of providing the funding and support to the "New Dawn" charter signed by opposition parties this month in Uganda.

The accord endorsed by most major Sudanese opposition parties along with rebel groups fighting Khartoum in Darfur, South Kordofan and Blue Nile calls for toppling the government dominated by the ruling National Congress Party (NCP).

Reiterates commitment to Shar’ia

14 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

The Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir again blasted opposition parties for signing what is known as the "New Dawn" charter saying that it will be combated using the Quran.

The deal signed last week between most major Sudanese opposition parties and armed rebel movements affirm the common goal of toppling the regime though the signatories disagreed on means to achieve that.

Another contentious clause relates to the relation between the religion and the state which the participants say it seeks to avoid using religion in politics.

Full mandate from opposition parties: Al-Fadil

13 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

The representatives of opposition parties who signed the ’New Dawn’ charter in Uganda last week were fully authorized and mandated to endorse the document, an opposition figure said.

Mubarak al-Fadil who in 2011 disbanded his party and rejoined the National Umma Party (NUP) said in a statement today that the provisions included in the ’New Dawn’ were negotiated and agreed to by the signatories which included most major Sudanese opposition parties as well as armed movements fighting Khartoum on different fronts.

Sudan’s Umma party distances itself from new opposition charter

08 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

The Sudanese National Umma Party (NUP) led by former Prime Minister Al-Sadiq al-Mahdi expressed reservations on the "New Dawn" charter signed with other opposition parties and rebel groups over the weekend.

The NUP was one of the signatories to the highly controversial accord which explicitly calls for toppling the regime and sets a vision for a new system that succeeds the government currently dominated by the ruling National Congress Party (NCP).

Sudanese opposition & rebel groups agree to topple Bashir’s regime

06 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

Sudanese opposition forces and rebel groups agreed Saturday on a charter to topple the regime of the National Congress Party (NCP) and to jointly rule the country before to hold democratic elections.

Representatives of the opposition National Consensus Forces (NCF) and the rebel Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF) met during five days in the Ugandan capital Kampala to discuss ways to reunite their efforts to bring down the NCP regime.

American book proves local centers received US funds to topple regime

03 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

The Sudanese 1st Vice President Ali Osman Taha has defended the recent crackdown on independent pro-democracy centers and suggested they are undercover bodies whose goal is to undermine the regime.

Speaking at an interview on Sudan TV, Taha said that many international intelligence agencies use these centers as an "interface" to implement their agendas.

Sudanese security arrest dozens of Unionists

03 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

Sudanese authorities arrested twenty activists belonging to Unionist Movement on Tuesday after holding a protest in the capital, Khartoum, to celebrate the Independence Day, on 1 January.

Over 40 people marched from the house of the last Unionist leader and first Sudanese Prime Minister Mohamed Ismail Al-Azhary to his grave at the cemetery of Bakri in Omdurman.

The protesters chanted slogans against the regime like the famous Arab Spring slogan "The people want the downfall of the regime", or "Freedom, Peace, and Justice, the Revolution is the choice of the people".

Student protests in Sudan drag on

14 Dic 2012
Sudán
Fuente: 
al-Jazeera

Sudan has been witnessing days of student protests after four students from Darfur were killed on December 5. Those students, from Gezira University, were demanding to be exempted from tuition fees - as stipulated in the July 2011 Darfur peace deal negotiated in Doha.

Darfuri students and activists say the government and "thugs" loyal to the ruling National Congress Party killed the four and threw their bodies in a canal.

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