Opposition to Topple Sudan Regime?
The Sudan Revolutionary Front and the coalition of National Consensus Forces have signed an agreement to overthrow the government and jointly rule the country before democratic elections take place.
Sudanese President Omar Al Bashir voting (file photo).
Radio Dabanga, 3 January 2013
The Justice and Equality Movement integrated in the Sudan Revolutionary Front announced on Tuesday, 1 January, taking control of the areas of Jerhaman, Tom Bashara, Al Zarankh, ... read more »
Radio Dabanga, 1 January 2013
The Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has invited several parties, including the opposition, armed groups and civil society organizations, to participate in the development of a ... read more »
Sudan Tribune, 18 December 2012
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 ... read more »
Sudan Tribune, 12 December 2012
Sudan's opposition National Umma Party (NUP) directed on Wednesday a barrage of criticism against the government's foreign and domestic policies, vowing to stage a "strong" protest ... read more »
Mainstream opposition party leaders have signed a charter that adopts the goal of regime change through "peaceful means" while outlining the basis of how Sudan should be governed ... Read more »
A rebel group says citizens should pay no attention to the president's health but instead focus efforts on ways to overthrow the regime. Read more »