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Sudan's Communist Party rejects 'any dialogue' with Khartoum

August 20 - 2015 KHARTOUM
Mohamed El Khateeb (C) and Siddig Yousef (L) at a press conference of the Communist Party of Sudan, Khartoum, 19 August 2015 (RD)
Mohamed El Khateeb (C) and Siddig Yousef (L) at a press conference of the Communist Party of Sudan, Khartoum, 19 August 2015 (RD)

The Communist Party of Sudan (CPoS) will not enter into any dialogue with the ruling National Congress Party.

The political secretary of the CPoS, Mohamed Mukhtar El Khateeb, said during a news conference held at the party's headquarters in Khartoum on Wednesday that the Sudanese communists categorically reject any solution that will not lead to a radical change in the country's governmental structure.

He reiterated his party’s position, saying that the one-party system should be replaced by a transitional government for four years, “that will develop a new constitution in cooperation with all sectors of the Sudanese society”. 


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