Six SPLM Members Disciplined In Southern Kordofan

January 5, 2010 (Reuters)

The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement has dismissed four of its members from the party in Southern Kordofan state.

The party also suspended two other members and issued warnings to others whom they accused of breaching the party’s constitution.

Abdul-Aziz Adam Alhilu, the chairman of the SPLM in Southern Kordofan, issued a decree on Monday dismissing the four.

According to the SPLM spokesman in the state, Mahamedin Ibrahim, the four were dismissed following a recommendation by an SPLM committee for breaching the party’s constitution.

[Mahamedin Ibrahim]: “These people include the deputy chairman of the Legislative Assembly of Southern Kordofan, Seddiq Mansour Alnayer, the former Minister of Rural Development Yousif Gubara, the secretary of the organization, Omar Masour Fadul, and former Commissioner of Talodi, Ahmed Ibrahim Aljak. Today, some names were added to the list; these are Sayed Hamad Kafi, the former Commissioner of Kadugli and Al-Babu Ibrahim Kory, the SPLM chairman of Al-Fula. Some members were suspended for a period of one to three years while others have received warnings.”

Ibrahim, speaking to SRS in Khartoum on Monday, said that the four have been forbidden to enter SPLM offices or to speak on behalf of the SPLM.


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