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National Consensus Forces (NCF)

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FILE PHOTO - Leaders of Sudan’s opposition colaition in a picture taken in 2012 (ST)

The National Consensus Forces (NCF) is a coalition of Sudanese opposition parties attempting to remove the National Congress Party (NCP) from power. The NCF are attempting to use all “means of political, popular and peaceful means” to topple the regime and establish a transitional system. The transitional process proposed by the NCF in August 2012 involves the establishment of a parliament, a presidential council of six members representing six regions after restructuring the current federal system and an executive government of 20 ministers.

Chairman: Farouk Abu Essa.

Members of the NCF

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FILE - NCF leaders including Al-Mahdi and Al-Turabi

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