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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Civil War In Sudan Civil War In Sudan southerners protested against these actions and fighting broke out between them and governmentforces. In 1983, Nimeiri established Islamic law throughout Sudan, aswell as ending the regional government in the south. 1753 1753 1753 1753 Became head mount vernon Became head mount vernon 1792 In 1985, a group of military officers forced Nimeiri out of power, disbanded the Sudanese Socialist Union, and established a military government. But they soon helped set up a transitional government that included civilians in 1986, Sadiq al Mahdi, head of the Umma Party, became prime minister. In 1989, Brigadier General Umar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir led a group of military officers that overthrew Mahdi. the National Islamic Front, or the N.I.F., has sought to shape Sudan's government according to traditional Islamic law In 1993, the military council appointed Bashir president. In 1996, Sudan held presidential and parliamentary elections. Bashir was elected president. The new parliament elected Hassan al-Turabi, the leader of the NIF, as speaker. came to be known as the NationalCongress in the late 1990's In the late 1990's, Sudan began cooperating with international companies to develop the oil reserves in the southern part of the country From 1983 to 2004, the fighting between Sudan's government and rebels in the south killed about 2 million people. The fighting interfered with the production and distribution of food and caused widespread hunger. Droughts in the mid-1980's, the 1990's, and the early 2000's contributed to the spread of hunger and disease, especially in the south and west. In July 2002, the government and the rebels signed an agreement providing that Islamic law would apply in northern Sudan but not in southern Sudan, but, In May 2008, some fighting broke out between northern and southern forces over an oil-rich central town that both sides claimed.
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