Torabi's party accuses the government of planning to dissolve it
Sudan, Politics, 10/13/2000
Leaders of the opposition Sudanese public national conference party warned that the government is about to dissolve the party which comprises former allies of the regime, assuring that the party headed by Hassan El-Torabi will be forced to take its activity to the underground, emphasizing on that the party does not take its legitimacy from the government.
On the other hand, Omar Nour El-Daem, the deputy chairman of the opposition Umma party, was assaulted the day before yesterday by members of the of party's militia which returned lately to the country.
The authorities arrested yesterday the majority of the assaulters against Nour El-Daem and his son as the assaulters demanded getting paid to return to their civil lives after years of volunteering in lines of the party's forces which were fighting the government from camps in the neighboring country of Eritrea.
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