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Sudanese Nile Party

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The Sudanese Nile Party (Arabic: حزب النيل السوداني‎) was a political party in Sudan, led by Philemon Majok.[1][2] The party was founded in 1967 and was based in Bahr al-Ghazal.[3] It contested five seats in the 1968 Constituent Assembly election, and won one.[4][1] In total the party obtained 2,704 votes (0.15% of the national vote).[4][5]

References

  1. ^ a b Mohamed Omer Beshir (1975). The Southern Sudan: from conflict to peace. Barnes & Noble Books. p. 34. ISBN 978-0-06-490379-0.
  2. ^ Albert Wirz (January 1982). Krieg in Afrika: die nachkolonialen Konflikte in Nigeria, Sudan, Tschad und Kongo. Steiner. p. 260. ISBN 978-3-515-03752-5.
  3. ^ ARR: Arab Report and Record. Economic Features, Limited. 1968. pp. 119, 144.
  4. ^ a b Timothy Niblock (25 November 1987). Class and Power in Sudan: The Dynamics of Sudanese Politics, 1898–1985. Palgrave Macmillan UK. p. 230. ISBN 978-1-349-08836-2.
  5. ^ Inter-Parliamentary Union. Sudan
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