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Sudan

Ali Osman Mohamed Taha

Date of Birth: 01/01/1944
Place of Birth: Khartoum


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The National Islamic Front on parade

Ali Osman Mohamed Taha: Vice-President; ex-Social Planning then Foreign Minister; led Khartoum University Union in 1970s; worked as lawyer then judge; Shaigi; son of railway worker; Muslim Brotherhood MP after Nimeiri's 1977-8 'reconciliation'; leader of NIF parliamentary group after 1986 elections...


Marking time

For instance NIF number two Ali Osman Mohamed Taha left Foreign Affairs to become First Vice-President (AC Vol 39 No 4) and his post was taken by Mustafa Osman Ismail (who has since been busily courting foreign governments)...


Political plane crash

This forced the NIF into the open: it chose Ali Osman Mohamed Taha (AC Vol 39 No 1) number two only to Hassan el Turabi...


Undermined

Khartoum sent a nine-person delegation to Canada for the signing This was led by Foreign Minister Ali Osman Mohamed Taha and included Humanitarian Aid Commissioner Hussein el Obeid...


NIF targets Mandela

Sudan Foreign Minister Ali Osman Mohamed Taha said Kenya had told him IGAD talks were postponed 'indefinitely'; he blamed Garang and Uganda (which had refused to allow Beshir to cross its airspace on his return from Pretoria)...


Shuttling to Arabia

Next Zubeir went to Riyadh with Foreign Minister Ali Osman Mohamed Taha and foreign intelligence boss Qutbi el Mahdi (AC Vol 37 No 23)...


Arms against a sea of troubles

Hassan Osman Dhawi has been moved to Foreign Minister Ali Osman Mohamed Taha's old fief and home of NIF socio-political policy the Ministry of Social Planning...


Talk in New York, war in the Horn

Foreign Minister Ali Osman Mohamed Taha lobbied around the globe including France where he depicted Sudan as the victim of an Anglo-American plot just like Rwanda when Ugandan- backed Tutsi troops invaded...


Strategic, and shaky

This effectively isolated Khartoum's Foreign Minister Ali Osman Mohamed Taha who was left to claim that Ethiopia's submissions on the assassination attempt had been confused and inaccurate...


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