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What does SANU stand for?

SANU stands for Sudan African National Union (political party)


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Other members on the government delegation, include the leader of the opposition Sudan People's Liberation Movement for Democratic Change, Lam Akol Ajawin and Joseph Ukel, leader of Sudan African National Union who is representing all the other remaining political parties not on the table.
But the fires of armed rebellion seriously rose in 1963 with the emergence of the Anya Nya under the leadership of the Sudan African National Union (SANU).
Other political parties include; The South Sudan Labour Party, United Democratic Front, South Sudan Democratic Forum, South Sudan Democratic Front, South Sudan African Party, Sudan African National Union, South Sudan Community Party, United Democratic Party, United South Sudan Party, United Democratic Salvation Front among others.
Many views the call for improved political relationship between political parties by the religious leaders as a response to call made by Sudan African National Union (SANU) on church leaders to desist from engaging in partisan politics but preach messages that will foster peace and unity.
Many view the call for improved political relationship between political parties by the religious leaders as a response to the call made by Sudan African National Union (SANU) on church leaders to desist from engaging in partisan politics but preach messages that will foster peace and unity.
Toby Madut Parek, leader of the Sudan African National Union (SANU) urged Southern Sudanese citizens to vote for a united Sudan in the upcoming referendum process in order to avoid Southern Sudan divided to smaller and weaker states.
The 105 MPs are mainly from the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), and other Southern Sudan political parties including the United Sudan African Party (USAP), Sudan African National Union (SANU), The United Democratic Front (UDF), and the United Democratic Salvation Front (UDSF) who served in Government of National Unity (GONU) based in Khartoum.