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Khartoum Inhabitants Must Not Be Allowed to Vote; By: Tarig Anter
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Jan 31, 2010 - 5:43:23 PM

Khartoum Inhabitants Must Not Be Allowed to Vote; By: Tarig Anter  

The inhabitants of the capital Khartoum must not be allowed to organize, participate or vote in any national elections. This should be the rule if the Sudanese people really want to ensure fair and free elections. These people can only have local elections; but not national elections at all.

Letting the millions in Khartoum, who are exploiting the Sudan, to choose the next government is clearly against the wellbeing and interests of the poor majority of the Sudanese nation and the overwhelming neglected Sudanese land.

All unjust regimes worked mainly to empower “Tamkeen” their own associates at the expenses of national interests. They systematically plotted to disadvantage the nation while these bad regimes favored their attendants and gave them unfair and illegal access to power and wealth. Of course the capital of the country was their first target. So they encouraged their entourage to move and settle in the capital.

The national capital is no longer "national" it turned into bad regimes main stronghold. The inhabitants of Khartoum served bad regime who in turn served them. And since the growth of the capital was unnatural and designed by these regimes using dishonest policies then the capital became the central pot of corruption in all fields and in all aspects.

Khartoum, Omdurman and Bahari are not a national capital and they do not represent the natural composition of the Sudanese nation or the national interests of the majority.

The current capital of Sudan is the accumulation of all the serious and powerful corruption in Sudan. It represents all the damaging regimes that ruined the Sudan for decades and they served the self-interests of individuals and tribes involved in the long history of corruption in the Sudan.

The rest of Sudan and the Sudanese nation will never get chances of justice, development or peace as long as the inhabitants of Khartoum have voting powers.

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