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Ali Osman Mohamed Taha

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


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New politics, new threats

Yet this would boost the man long seen as the regime's leader, Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, El Turabi's former long-time NIF deputy and, since the split, rival...


Financial and political chaos

The net beneficiary of the diplomatic disarray is the Khartoum government, whose Vice-President Ali Osman Taha argued in New York that the ICC warrant was a 'deliberate attempt to subvert peace in Darfur'...


Taking positions

The ruling NC: veteran leaders Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, Nafi'e Ali, Mustafa Osman Ismail, Ghazi Salah el Din Atabani, Awad Ahmed el Jaz and Ali Ahmed Kurti have been visiting Arab and Islamic capitals...


Battle of Omdurman

Turabi emerged as leader of the 'Islamist opposition' in 2000, after disagreements with his veteran deputy, Vice-President Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, and with Omer...


The real dividing line

This means the President (Field Marshal Omer Hassan Ahmed el Beshir), First Vice-President (Lieutenant General Salva Kiir) and Second Vice-President (Ali Osman Mohamed Taha)...


The main points of the Abyei Protocol

The then First Vice-President, Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, and the late Sudan People's Liberation Movement Chairman, Colonel John Garang de Mabior, signed the Principles of Agreement on Abyei on 26 May 2004 in Naivasha, Kenya...


Hotel Hellacious

First Vice-President Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, who remains influential, presided over the event, the Forum on Sudanese-European Relations: 'The sovereignty of small states is threatened by powers that seek to establish hegemony...


The centre versus the rest

The NC's December 2003 Jeddah Agreement with him (AC Vol 46 No 2), fathered by Ali Osman Mohamed Taha and mediated by Salah el Din Ahmed Mohamed Idriss (co-owner of the El Shifa pharmaceutical factory, which the USA bombed in August 1998), stipulated the dismantling of the security apparatus as did the CPA...


The wrong report

Young contends that the current crisis is due to the process's narrow approach, limited definition of peace, a focus on the North-South dimension without due attention to the regime, Darfur or other factors, a refusal to involve other political parties and civil society, treating the media as a threat to the process and leaving the CPA to secret negotiations between John Garang and Ali Osman Mohamed Taha...


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