The controversial charter included the decision to overthrow the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) using both peaceful and armed means and replacing it with a broad-based transitional government for a four-year term.
What does BBTG stand for?
BBTG stands for Broad-Based Transitional Government (Rwanda)
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The SPLM had said after an all-party political conference in October that, if south Sudan chose to split from the north in January's referendum, which it overwhelmingly did, a broad-based transitional government would be formed, and new elections held following independence.
They have called for the dissolving of parliament -- almost entirely made up of ruling party lawmakers -- the formation of a new, broad-based transitional government and creation of a committee to either amend or completely re-write the constitution.
February 12, 2011 (JUBA) -- Leaders of all the political parties in South Sudan will on Monday, February 14, hold a leadership forum meeting to begin discussing the post-referendum arrangements leading to formation of an inclusive broad-based transitional government in July this year.
The purpose of this constitutional conference would be to agree on the formation of an interim broad-based transitional government under the President of the Government of Southern Sudan (GoSS), Salva Kiir.