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Sudan’s opposition urges citizens to prepare for “decisive battle” with regime

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December 18, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – The coalition of mainstream opposition parties in Sudan, the National Consensus Forces (NCF), has reiterated its commitment to topple the regime of president Omer Al-Bashir by all legitimate means, urging citizens across the country to prepare for a “decisive battle”.

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The NCF made its call in “Omdurman Political Declaration”, which it issued on Tuesday following a meeting of its leaders at the headquarters of the National Umma Party (NUP) in Omdurman. Besides the NUP, the NCF comprises the Islamist Popular Congress Party and the Sudanese Communist Party (SCP) among others.

In the declaration, NCF termed the proposed 2013 budget as “a war not a development” budget, citing the fact that it allocates 8 billion Sudanese pounds to defense and security while giving only 1 billion to health and education. The opposition coalition said the budget also contains increased government spending which debunks government claims about austerity.

The declaration warned that the country was rapidly sliding towards the brink of collapse due to the government’s policies of corruption, repression, social and ethnic injustices as well as economic deterioration.

The NCF held the government of the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) responsible for the secession of South Sudan, the war in the western region of Darfur and the southern regions of South Kordofan and Blue Nile, plus the state of “cold war” with South Sudan.

The NCF declared its strong support for the “legitimate” demands of the people of Darfur, South Kordofan, Blue Nile and Abyei. It further condemned the death of four Darfur students at Al-Gazira University in Madani this month, calling for an immediate investigation into the killing that activists blame security authorities for.

NCF chairman Farouq Abu Issa was briefly detained last week for speaking against the death of the students which sparked demonstrations across the country’s universities.

(ST)

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  • 19 December 2012 11:45, by Jalaby

    All Sudan opposition leaders are old people (Jalakeem) and will really change nothing, they don’t have any real strategy on how to change and how to proceed after that!!
    Don’t you see them as Jalakeem in this picture:


    Jalaby (Abo Ema wa Shal)

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    • 19 December 2012 12:01, by Nyakuzuny

      hey Jalaby those Oposition Party have good Strategy about changing the Sudan to promote the Freedom in Country,they will changing Charia Law in North, and to promote the Development in the North. because they are old People they have good Strategy to promote their Freedom.

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    • 19 December 2012 13:51, by EES Kingmaker

      Jalaby, I agree these old guards have no strategy for Sudan and its neighbour__South Sudan. They are merely survivors whose main objecive is power. What practically will NCF do if they overthrow satanic Bashir and his cohorts in the NCP?

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    • 19 December 2012 14:03, by Makunon

      Jalabu
      You are a liar, what about Yasir, Malik, Hiliu, and Abdelwad Nur if you are really looking for opposition leader and young to replace NCP that cling to power. Coward Arabs in Sudan can’t join Arab-spring even if are given extra hundred years to do so

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    • 19 December 2012 15:27, by MOHAMED ABDELATIF SAIED

      During is throat medical, Bashir was asked by the doctor after operation to talk as to test the speech capability. Guest what, this is what he said, SPLA are playing with me, I will defeat SPLA, I will make sure the sudanese flag will be erect in Bentiu. hahahahaha can u image how this man is so unreasonable and hart South sudan for no reason. he should be changed so that good relations return.

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    • 20 December 2012 01:28, by Deng E. Manyuon

      Yes They are Jalakeen 100% !!! But mid aged and young one are failing Sudan too. They are fanatics, extremits, terrorits, reckless generation and lacking the sense of nationalism !!! Example: Recent deadly clashes between SAF and fanatic Islamists who were training in the camp deep inside Sudan in order to go and fight in Mali, Somalia .. These young extremists were recent University graduates !!!

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    • 20 December 2012 02:12, by Deng E. Manyuon

      Yes They are Jalakeen 100% !!! But mid aged and young one are failing Sudan too. They are fanatics, extremits, terrorits, reckless generation and lacking the sense of nationalism !!! Example: Recent deadly clashes between SAF and fanatic Islamists who were training in the camp deep inside Sudan in order to go and fight in Mali, Somalia .. These young extremists were recent University graduates !!!

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  • 19 December 2012 12:24, by Man without fear

    Hey
    what i know that will happen in this junction is that Sudanese president will not be on power any longer next year 2013, remember.But who will come to take the power?

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    • 19 December 2012 12:58, by EES Kingmaker

      The NCF is a power hungry group. What did they do as far as "failed Sudan unity" was concerned? Let them prepare for their own "decisive battle" alone. Look they regard about the break away of South Sudan. South Sudanese should exercise care and watch out that group.

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  • 20 December 2012 03:11, by Sagin Yoasa Bali

    Northen major political parties are not serious, because the childern of its leaders are governmen officials. those major political parties are the problem in sudan that led South Sudan to separate in the first place.
    believeing on old poitical ideologies of Islamazition and Arabnazition will separate Sudan more.

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  • 20 December 2012 06:51, by hellonearth

    People of South Sudan prepare for a war that is coming. the NCP government is preparing to attack south sudan, just to divert what is going on in Khartoum. beware

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    • 20 December 2012 08:57, by EES Kingmaker

      Helloearth,
      All Northern Sudanese are the same when it comes to South-North old rivalries. Traditional parties did their part to suppress and repress for many a year. Then later on came the NCP who pretended and tried to steal an old show of bringing peace to Sudan___South Sudan for that matter. What good difference did it make? Is it not continuous dishonoring of agreements?

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  • 3 April 2013 11:43, by stefan

    Yes They are Jalakeen 100% !!! But mid aged and young one are failing Sudan too. They are fanatics, extremits, terrorits, reckless generation and lacking the sense of nationalism !!! Example: Recent deadly clashes bazy do e-papierosów between SAF and fanatic Islamists who were training in the camp deep inside

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