Title: Sudanese opposition tests credibility of government in terms of freedoms
Author: SudaneseOnline News
Date: 04-15-2014, 05:13 PM
Khartoum-Opposition Sudanese parties have decided to hold public symposiums as the first serious test to the credibility of the government of President Al-Bashir that eventually decided to open the door before the political activities of the political parties in the country.
The Communist Party has announced that he will hold three symposiums in different areas in Khartoum to begin with a political symposium next Friday in Al-Rabita square in Khartoum North. The Movement of ( Reform Now) led by ghazi Salahu-Eddin has announced a symposium at Shambat square..
President Al-Bashir announced on the 6th of April a number of the decisions aimed to build confidence and guarantee success of the national dialogue that include allowing political parties to exercise its activities freely.