Title: Sudan’s former First Vice President says that the national dialogue is only way out of the country
Author: SudaneseOnline News
Date: 02-06-2015, 04:20 PM
09:20 PM Feb 6,2015
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Sudan’s former First Vice President, Ali Osman Taha, called on the opposition parties and the armed movements to engage in the national dialogue and general elections to be held in April.
Sudan News Agency (SUNA) quoted Taha as saying on Thursday that the national dialogue is only way out of Sudan, urging the political forces to let people choose what they want.
“The conflicts and differences led to weakening, so there is urgent need to unity to be strong” Taha added
Nearly all of Sudan's opposition parties have said they will shun the April vote, citing deteriorating political and press freedoms, as well as worsening insurgencies in Darfur and the southern states of Blue Nile and South Kordofan.
Opposition leaders asked all Sudanese to join the boycott and explicitly called for Bashir's removal, escalating the confrontation between rebels and the opposition on one hand, and the ruling regime on the other.
Opposition party said they would hold some 20 political symposiums across Sudan to encourage citizens to join their boycott
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