Umma Party Denies Instability, Accuses Other Entities of seeking to undermine it
National Umma Party denied the presence of any inclination to oust the head of the party or his deputy, pointing out that the news circulated in the media in this regard was incorrect.
In an exclusive statement to (Sudan Vision) Abd Allah Burma, leading figure in Umma Party, said there are entities outside the party that target the unity of the Ansar (Affiliates) and use cheap means to destabilize the security and safety of the party.
He said the party does not harbor any internal disputes, confirming that the party is a living example of institutionalized democratic practice which preserves the rights of members and prevents any injustice that might occur.
It is worth mentioning that media agencies have yesterday mentioned the presence of a plot devised by General Stream Group and Reform and Rejuvenation to oust the head of the party and his deputy to appoint later –according to leaks- Abd Allah Aldoma as deputy head of the party.
On his part Mohammed Almahdi, deputy head of the political office of the party, ruled out the possibility of the presence of such a trend, and that is –according to him- because the constitution of the party does not forbid anyone or any leader from challenging Almahdi, explaining that there is no successor for him right now due to the fact that he –Almahdi- enjoys large support from the bases of the party; the Ansar.
He added the dispute of the General Stream and Reform and Rejuvenation Groups lies around the issue of the central body of the party, not the party's presidency.
By Hana'a Abd Alhai, 23/07/2012