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MB leaders in Sudan attend group's general conference
MB leaders in Sudan attend group's general conference
The Muslim Brotherhood in Sudan is expected to conduct a conference every two years to review work and every 4 years to elect new leadership.
Tuesday, June 29,2010 11:29
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The Muslim Brotherhood in Sudan held their general conference on June 25 and 26 at their Sudanese headquarters. Many of the group's leaders attended the conference head by Sheikh Sadeq Abdullah Abdel Magid and Controller General Professor Alhebr Yusuf Nour Aldaem along with other representatives of the group from the capital. 

Several issues were addressed during the conference including the recent elections with reviewed reports on various performances and discussions on the vision for future action.  Many recommendations were referred to the Shura Council for decision and will be ultimately forwarded to the Executive Office to work on.

The Muslim Brotherhood in Sudan is expected to conduct a conference every two years to review work and every 4 years to elect new leadership.


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