Popular Congress Party

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Popular Congress Party

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Popular Congress Party is a political party in Sudan. The party was founded by Hassan al-Turabi. The party emerged from a split within the ruling National Congress Party in 1999, due to differences between Turabi and President Omar al-Bashir.
Popular Congress Party
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Popular Congress Party is a political party in Sudan. The party was founded by Hassan al-Turabi. The party emerged from a split within the ruling National Congress Party in 1999, due to differences between Turabi and President Omar al-Bashir.
Popular Congress Party
Popular Congress Party
Popular Congress Party is a political party in Sudan. The party was founded by Hassan al-Turabi. The party emerged from a split within the ruling National Congress Party in 1999, due to differences between Turabi and President Omar al-Bashir.
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