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The Sudanese president Omer Hassan Al-Bashir has pledged to achieve security in Darfur, and said it is the highest priority in his electoral program. Al Bashir, who was speaking Wednesday in an electoral meeting in the capital of West Darfur state, El-Geneina ahead of the general elections next April, said West Darfur set a good example for peaceful coexistence and social harmony, pointing the state is free of rebellion and tribal conflicts. He stressed that his government is committed to undertake development projects in West Darfur, and vowed to complete the road linking the state’s localities and securing the borders. The Sudanese president underscored that provision of security is the top priority for his government, saying one day will come and people could travel between El-Geneina and Kordofan and "they do not dread anything except Allah (God)". Al Bashir added that IDPs and refugees should return to their villages following restoration of security, saying they don ...
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Sudan in embracing a new era There are regional and international changes in Sudan’s relations . This dramatic shift has manifested in the breakthrough in Sudan’s ties with Uganda and US. Regio
The ruling National Congress Congress is contesting the parliamentary and presidential elections more powerfully than the political opposition parties. This is simply because the former has increasing