Sudan Regains UN Voting Rights

The government has paid thousands of U.S. dollars to the United Nations to reinstate its voting rights, after being suspended for failing to stick to financial obligations.

Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir addressing a general debate at the United Nations headquarters in New York (file photo).

  • Sudan:  Govt Regains UN Voting Rights

    Sudan Tribune, 22 February 2013

    The Sudanese government is now eligible to vote at the United Nations after being suspended for accumulation of financial arrears. read more »

  • Sudan:  UN Says Sudan Disbursed Funds to Pay Membership Fees

    Sudan Tribune, 6 February 2013

    The Sudanese government has recently made a payment to the United Nations to satisfy the delinquent dues which resulted in suspending the vote of the East African nation this ... read more »

  • Sudan:  Khartoum Loses UN Voting Rights

    Sudan Tribune, 3 February 2013

    The Sudanese government is working to resolve the issue of outstanding financial obligations to the United Nations which led to the country losing its voting rights at the world ... read more »

  • Sudan:  Sudan's Envoy Contradicts Foreign Ministry On Cause of UN Financial Arrears

    Sudan Tribune, 1 February 2013

    The Sudanese ambassador at the United Nations Daffa-Alla Elhag Ali Osman contradicted the justification offered by the foreign ministry in Khartoum to explain why the country is ... read more »

  • Sudan:  Sudan Acknowledges Losing Voting Rights At UN Over Outstanding Dues

    Sudan Tribune, 31 January 2013

    The Sudanese government acknowledged for the first time that it is behind on membership dues to the United Nations which resulted in losing voting rights at the world body. read more »

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