Middle East Research and Information Project: Critical Coverage of the Middle East Since 1971

Khartoum, April 23. General ‘Abd al-Rahman Siwar al-Dhahab, in power since April 6, was expected to name an interim cabinet on Monday, April 22, to govern the country under army supervision for a transitional period of one year. In the meantime, General Siwar al-Dahab appointed an interim cabinet for southern Sudan, headed by General James Lawrence Marou, a member of the Transitional Military Council. Two high level officers of the Sudanese Army traveled to Libya on Sunday, April 21, to try to improve relations between the two countries.

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How to cite this article:

Eric Rouleau "Sudan’s Revolutionary Spring," Middle East Report 135 (September/ October 1985).