Sudanese Foreign Minister Accuses Opposition of Indecisiveness

Published June 7th, 2000 - 02:00 GMT

Sudanese Foreign Minister Mostafa Osman Ismail rejected Tuesday what he termed as the procrastination methods of the Sudanese opposition toward reconciliation saying that the government has responded to six of the eight opposition demands to prepare for discussion atmosphere, reported Wednesday. 

The minister's remarks came during a one-day visit to Egypt, where he held talks with Egyptian foreign minister Amr Mousssab and other officials.  

Ismail was quoted as saying that there the two remaining issues about amending the law on (political parties) and unions which are being examined now by the specialized groups. 

He added that government is about to intensify its communication with all the political powers inside and outside the country in order not to be the captive of the National Democratic Alliance, according to the agency - 


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