المصالحات الوطنية في السودان في الفترة ما بين 1972 م – 1985

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2015-06-14
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هاشم بابكر محمد أحمد, علوب
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uofk
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The aim of this research is the study of national reconciliations during the May 1969 Regime. The first reconciliation was the Addis Ababa Agreement (1972) between the Southern Sudan and the May regime. The second one was concluded in 1977 between Numayri and the traditional political parties. The research shows the factors that led to the reconciliation agreements and the outcome. The researcher described and analyzed events in a chronological order depending in the main on secondary sources. This was due to the fact that the National Records Office, Khartoum, is empty of any governmental documents related to national reconciliation. The researcher reached many conclusions; the most important one is that the reconciliation motives were mostly personal rather than national. President Numayri’s sole aim was to protect his rule. The traditional political parties, except the Muslim Brothers, gained nothing. The Muslim Brothers seized the opportunity to consolidate their political and economic influence that enabled them of the future rule of the country. As for the South, peace prevailed for ten years followed by resumption of civil war.
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المصالحات الوطنية في السودان في الفترة ما بين 1972 م – 1985 م
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