The Islamic Constitution Front coalition was officially launched in Khartoum on 28 February 2012, with the stated aim to make Sudan’s constitution based on Islamic Shari’a Law.
Hassan Abdel Majed, former leader of the Society of the Muslim Brothers in Sudan, was chosen to lead the front. He and others member of the ICF have threatened to depose President Omar Hassan al-Bashir if he fails to create an Islamic constitution.
The need for a new constitution was created after South Sudan’s secession in July 2011.
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