Sudan: Divisions in the Ruling Party
4 May 2011:
For years, the National Congress Party has ruled Sudan by concentrating power in the northern center and dominating rebellious territories in the periphery. But now the NCP itself is showing signs of fracture. EJ Hogendoorn, Crisis Group’s Horn of Africa Project Director, explains why internal divisions in the ruling party could threaten the country’s future stability.
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