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Al-Anbaa: Sudan may hold two referendums over the peace agreement
Sudanese minister of justice Ali Othman Ismael announced yesterday that the Sudanese constitution will be amended according to the final peace agreement after finalizing it shortly.
Sudan, Politics, 10/4/2003
Sudanese opposition asks for participation amid optimism in peace
Leaders of the northern opposition in Sudan have asked Sudanese Vice President Ali Othman Muhammad Taha, currently in Cairo to join the current peace talks between Khartoum and southern rebels to reach a comprehensive peace agreement in the country.
Sudan, Politics, 10/3/2003
Sudanese daily suspended
The national council for the press in Sudan has stopped the Sudanese daily al-Sahafa from publication as from yesterday Wednesday until next Friday.
Sudan, Politics, 10/2/2003
Taha briefs Mubarak on details of agreement with the rebels
Sudanese Vice President Ali Othman Muhammad Taha held talks in Cairo with the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on the recent security agreement concluded by the government with the souther rebels (Sudan People's Liberation Movement) concluded in Nivasha's resort in Kenya.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 10/2/2003
Garang calls for shared presidency in Sudan during the transitional period
Leader of the souther rebels in Sudan, John Garang, called for the Presidency of Sudan during the transitional period to be shared between the Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir and his group.
Sudan, Politics, 10/2/2003
Al-Anba':Bashir gets a message from Powell
Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir received a telephone call from the US Secretary of State Colin Powell during which Powell conveyed the congratulations of the American administration to the government of Sudan over the recently negotiations with the rebels and its support for the march of peace in Sudan.
Sudan-USA, Politics, 10/2/2003
Mubarak receives Taha
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 10/1/2003
Bashir expects peace agreement by end of year
The Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir said yesterday in Doha that some 90% of pending problems in the peace negotiations between the Sudanese government and the souther rebels were solved, thanks to the recent agreement between the two sides. He expressed his hope to reach peace in Sudan by the fall of the current year.
Sudan-Qatar, Politics, 9/29/2003
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