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Ghazi Salah el Din el Atabani


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The securocrats get stronger

Ghazi Salah el Din el Atabani, who drove a tank in the 1989 coup and long presented himself as a loyal critic, now leads the (Islamist) Reform Now group, part of the Future Forces for Change...


Enhancing elections

After years of presenting himself as a loyal dissident even when a minister, Ghazi Salah el Din el Atabani leads the Reform Now Movement (AC Vol 54 No 9, Rifts in the regime & Vol 50 No 13, The coup-making government lives on)...


More presidential powers

Two NCP breakaways have just left the National Dialogue: serial dissident Ghazi Salah el Din el Atabani's Reform Now Movement and the Just Peace Forum of presidential uncle El Tayeb Mustafa (AC Vol 55 No 23, Security leaks and party splits)...


Security leaks and party splits

Photo: Gill Lusk Meanwhile, Usama Tawfig, of the puritanical Sa'aihoun, and a senior member of the Reform Now group led by Ghazi Salah el Din el Atabani, formerly a top NCP figure, also said that the leaked documents were genuine, because 'It's exactly the ideas they have' and 'until recently, we were part of these people and we know them' (AC Vol 54 No 9, Tactics but no strategy)...


The world according to Khartoum

The agenda lists: 'The Paris Declaration [between El Sadig el Mahdi and the SRF] and the impact of the SRF statement [presumably the memorandum of understanding signed with Ghazi Salah el Din el Atabani and Ahmed Saad Omer (AC Vol 55 No 18, Opposition beams, Khartoum glowers)]; Radical and moderate trends in regards to Shiite belief activities in Sudan; President Mbeki's role and Sudanese issues; Elections, National Dialogue and peace negotiations – The Priority; New Sudan project and its impact on the national security and economic activity'...

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Opposition beams, Khartoum glowers

The photographs show a beaming Malik Agar Eyre, head of the Sudan Revolutionary Front, and a grim-faced Ghazi Salah el Din el Atabani, veteran Islamist former minister, sitting with their colleagues and, in the middle, South Africa's ubiquitous ex-President, Thabo Mbeki...


Political parties and the government

• When NCP's Hassan Osman Rizig joined Ghazi Salah el Din el Atabani's Reform Now Movement, he said the NCP had helped create some 50 other parties (micro but they boost the Dialogue statistics), including: National Reform Party led by Ali Hamouda Salih; Wadi el Nil Congress, Omer Babiker Zarroug; Unity of the Nile Valley, Abdel Hakim Mohamed Osman Radi; National Islamic Front [sic], Suleiman Hussein Osmanab; Sudanese National Front Organisation, Aboud Jabir Said; Progress & Social Justice, Mukhtar Obeid Mukhtar; United Umma Party, Babiker Ahmed el Amin Digna...


September uprising

On 28 September, 31 senior NCP members, including ex-Presidential Advisor and perpetual critic Ghazi Salah el Din el Atabani and Hassan Osman Rizig, of the NCP leadership office and former Deputy Secretary General of the Sudan Islamic Movement, sent a message to Omer (AC Vol 53 No 24, The plot thickens)...


Tactics but no strategy

A cheery British national, he took over from the frosty Ghazi Salah el Din el Atabani as envoy of choice to Western governments (AC Vol 52 No 5, Democracy heads south)...


Rifts in the regime

Ghazi Salah el Din el Atabani: veteran critic and fixture, though fired this month as head of NCP parliamentary caucus (facebook...


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