On 2 January, it was the Arabic-language Rai al-Shaab, the official newspaper of the opposition Popular National Congress Party led by Hassan al-Turabi, that was the authorities' target for suspension.
What does PNCP stand for?
PNCP stands for Popular National Congress Party (Sudan)
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Minister meets Sudan politician HE the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Ahmed bin Abdullah al-Mahmoud met the head of the Sudanese Popular National Congress Party, Dr Hassan Abdullah al-Turabi, who was in Doha to participate in the Expanded Conference for Darfur Stakeholders, which concluded on Tuesday.
Khartoum- 30 May 2011 (SUNA) - Secretary of Communication and Organization at the National Congress Party of Khartoum State, Mohammed Abdullah Sheikh Iddris, said the National Congress will never relinquish its principles, saying that it has scarified 30,000 martyrs for the sake of these PrinciplesThis came when he addressed Tuesday a celebration organized by the NC in Khartoum State on behalf of the Chairman of the NC in Khartoum State on the occasion of receiving some 259 members in the ranks of the NC after defecting the Popular National Congress Party (PNC)Sheikh Iddris welcomed the new members in the NC and explained that the NC has no enmity with the PNCMeanwhile, the Chairperson of the Women Sector at the NC in Khartoum State, Dr.
He subsequently formed the Popular National Congress Party, one of Sudan's main opposition parties, which advocates an Islamic state and is critical of Western secularism.