Sudanese opposition leader to return back home
Sudan, Politics, 1/15/2001
Well-informed Sudanese sources unveiled that the leader of the Sudanese opposition coalition abroad Muhammad Othman al-Meir Ghani is intending to return back to the country in the near future.
The sources told the Sudanese daily "Akhbar al-Youm" issued on Sunday that a meeting was held between Merghani and the closest figure to him in the capital of a country neighboring Sudan and that the meeting resulted in convincing Merghani to return back to Khartoum rather than staying outside the country as the chairman of the opposition coalition.
The sources ruled out Merghani to join a dialogue with the government following his return back to the country as did the chairman of the Ummah party al-Sadeq al-Mahdi.
To this effect, well-informed Sudanese sources stressed that the opposition Ummah party led by al-Sadeq al-Mahdi has agreed to participate in several of its leadership in the authority and occupy ministerial posts in the coming Sudanese government.
In a statement to the " al-Share' al-Seyasi" (political street) paper issued on Sunday, the sources explained it has become evident that several cadres and leading figures at the Ummah party will occupy key ministerial posts including the ministry of industry to which Mubarak al-Fadel is the strongest candidate as well as the ministry of agriculture which is expected to be occupied by the Party's deputy chairman Omar Nur al-Dayem.
The sources continued that Ali Hassan Taj Eddin, Abdul al-Rasoul al-Nour and Najib al-Khaeir are the main candidates to acquire constitutional posts in the salvation government chaired by President Omar Hassab al-Bashir, while al-Sadeq al-Mahdi refused to occupy any governmental post.
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