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Sudan lifts Gosh’s parliamentary immunity over foiled coup

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November 23, 2012 (KHARTOUIM) —The National Assembly has lifted parliamentary immunity of Salah Gosh who is arrested since several days after reports of a foiled attempt to topple the regime he is accused of being one of its instigators.

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Salah Gosh former advisor to Sudanese President (Photo Getty)

Al-Fadil Haj Suleiman head of Legislation and Justice committee in the Sudanese parliament said the speaker, in accordance with article 92 of the Interim Constitution of 2005 and article 27-1 of the National Assembly, decided to lift the immunity of MP Salah Gosh on Thursday.

The pointed out that the decision was taken upon a request filed by the security service accusing Gosh of being involved in military coup violating the national legislations.

He further added that Gosh might lose his parliamentary membership if the court finds him guilty.

Sudanese government arrested 13 military high ranking officers and former officials all are members of the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) or the opposition Popular Congress Party of Hassan Al-Turabi.

All, they are frustrated by the current regime for different reasons including corruption, non - implementation of the Islamic law, division of the Islamic movement, power struggle or personal ambitions.

Gosh is accused of coordinating the coup against the regime and holding contacts with Western countries to support his move.

Ghazi Salah Al-Deen, head of NCP block at the parliament and defeated candidate for the leadership of the Islamic Movement was also summoned by the security service for his "suspected" contacts with the "plotters".

The former Mujahideen who participated in the war against the former Southern Sudanese rebels launched a petition demanding the release of detained officers who are identified as radical Islamists.

Different Islamic trends within or outside the ruling party inspired by the Arab Spring demanded since several months to reform the party and to exclude what they term “corrupt” people but also back the implementation of Islamic law.

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  • 24 November 2012 10:58, by Mapuor

    If Gazi Salah El din is also suspected who among the NCP will be clean.The time for Bashir is over,Sudan needs young and dynamic Islamist s who could cope with international changes.

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    • 24 November 2012 19:32, by apiu-marial

      leAVE them kill them se;ves, it,s non of our business all we when is fucken jet to stop bomping our innocient civillian or we add our self to the PROBLEM de NCP already facing which will be cry, cry n cry to bashiirn his boyz.
      worning, worning, worning,
      STOP OR SPLA TO LIBERATE THE WHOLE SUDAN SINCE U RE LIVING IN AS FOREINERS.

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    • 27 November 2012 07:15, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      Where is Nafi Al Nafi,he might also been among these coup planner,by lifting Gosh’s parliamentary immunity is too late,you can do away with him but he has more who will follow his footstep.Better to give him last and for all warning.Gas Salah El Din is also not a pure Sudanese,better to send him back to his country where he came from that is Turkey.
      OKUC PA LOTINOKWAN

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  • 24 November 2012 10:59, by Son of Ngundeng

    Deal All African slave, that was so called Arab or Jalaaba, to block the Mr Gosh from the parliament its nothing to him Gosh stay in sudan due of collecting data from your fucking government that was called NCP and report it at the right time, if its not so try and know that your party will lost chairman that was called OMER BADOG. and Gosh he was the one who will handle that criminal president.

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  • 24 November 2012 11:33, by mudfish

    it is not solution,event if Sahal is out parliamt.it is better for Bashir to handover the power,instead to die

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    • 24 November 2012 17:51, by Mou

      Albashir is critical mess as his health condition is deteriorating, politics is shaky and ICC on the other side.
      Comparatively, Bashir is like a picture I saw some where in the past, where a man was being chased by a lion, then he climbed on a tree which some branches face the river and found a poisonous snake waiting, however he was about to jump to river, two crocodiles showed up waiting for him

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      • 24 November 2012 19:23, by apiu-marial

        he hve kill hi self alone bro cuz all those re too degeriouesto human live. wat did he did at last Mou? since everywhere was an enemy to him/her

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  • 25 November 2012 03:08, by lockce

    The one thing which will really matter from the north face outlet online is how we lived, whose lives we positively afflicted, and what we did with what we had. Our only enduring legacy is how we increase our kids, and exactly how we train them to stay their lives via foremost by case in point. We have a obligation to demonstrate them that genuine

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  • 30 January 2013 17:25, by maropl

    Comparatively, Bashir is like a picture I saw some where in the past, where a man was being chased by a lion, then he climbed on a tree which some branches face the river and found a poisonous snake katalog stron waiting, however he was about to jump to river, two crocodiles showed up waiting for him

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