Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Between Militry and Civilian..

Ex-Presidential Security Adviser Salah Gosh (Top Left), NCP’s Vice-President and Presidential Assistant Nafi Ali Nafi (Top Right), Vice-President Ali Osman Mohamed Taha (Bottom left), Sudan’s President and NCP’s chairman Omar Al-Bashir (Bottom right)

Sudan Tribune, December 26, 2012 (KHARTOUM)
Sudan’s president Omer Al-Bashir has reportedly held a meeting described as “candid” with detained leaders of an alleged coup attempt against his government as his senior aide Nafe Ali Nafe rejected calls for releasing them saying they must be tried for conspiring against the regime.

Intelligence authorities announced on 22 November that they arrested 13 individuals, including the former director of the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) Salah Gosh and Brigadier General Mohamed Ibrahim Abdel-Galil known as “Wad Ibrahim” from the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF), against the background of plotting a coup to overthrow the government.

The coup has been linked to disenfranchised elements within Al-Bashir’s ruling National Congress Party (NCP) and the wider Islamist establishment that underpins it, particularly to a group of erstwhile Mujahdeen known as Al-Sa’heoon who formed the core of paramilitary forces fighting the “holy” war against South Sudan...

Will Sudan surrender to "Civilians" or keep the tradition..?

Currently it is the hidden battle between NCP Militry and Civilian wings.. Whatsoever the results; it will not change the political course, but maybe will enhance controls and growth.. as a-must tools for NCP (or Sudanese-Islamists) hopeful long-life..

My comment is "ivory" without any engagements, even from my own self..!!


  1. Shaza Zahran:
    I will go with keep the tradition!! since reconciliation and admitting faults is not part of the Sudanese character, got be be honest.

  2. Shaza Zahran:
    I am happy to vote on the Mandela Model, if ever found the leader who implement the road map