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Malik Agar

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Nationality  Sudanese
Name  Malik Agar
Years of service  1983 - present

Occupation  Politician, Soldier
Political party  SPLM-N
Role  Politician
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Born  Ingessana Hills, Blue Nile State, Republic of Sudan
Battles/wars  Second Sudanese Civil War Sudan internal conflict (2011–present)
Party  Sudan People's Liberation Army
Allegiance  Sudan People's Liberation Movement
Battles and wars  Second Sudanese Civil War, Sudanese conflict in South Kordofan and Blue Nile
Similar People  Khalil Ibrahim, John Garang, Omar al‑Bashir

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Malik Agar is a Sudanese politician.

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Second Sudanese Civil War

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Agar joined the Sudanese armed opposition shortly after the beginning of the Second Sudanese Civil War in 1983.

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In the 1990s, he was the commander of a section of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM) military forces along the Sudanese-Ethiopian border south of the Blue Nile to Geissan. SPLM units under his command captured the towns of Kurmuk and Qaissan in 1997.

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Agar was close to John Garang, and shared his goal of overthrowing the Sudanese government, as opposed to fighting for the secession of South Sudan. After Garang's death Agar, along with other's who shared a desire for a revolution in Sudan, were marginalized by the new SPLM leadership. Agar expressed his disapproval of the secession of South Sudan to a US Official in 2009, stating that it would cause the eventual splintering of the rest of Sudan.

Post-Civil War

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He was elected governor of Blue Nile State in the Republic of the Sudan in April 2010. Agar was one of the few high-profile members of the Sudanese opposition to run in the election, and was the only non-NCP candidate to win a governorship. Agar defeated the NCP candidate, Farah Ibrahim Mohamed Al-Aggar, by 108,119 to 99,417 votes.

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In February 2011 Malik Agar also became chairman of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (northern sector), the part of the SPLM that operates in northern Sudan. The SPLM-NS became a separate political party when Southern Sudan seceded from the Republic of Sudan in July 2011.

On 2 September, Agar was deposed as governor on the orders of President Omar al-Bashir. He fled to the southern part of the state and is reportedly planning a counterattack. He has warned that the Sudan–SPLM conflict may ignite a wider Sudanese civil war.

In February 2012 Agar helped found the Sudanese Revolutionary Front; a coalition of Sudanese opposition groups that aims to overthrow the Sudanese government and replace it with a democracy.

Ideology

Agar rejects President Omar al-Bashir's vision of an Arab-Islamic state, and has argued instead for a multicultural civil democracy.

References

Malik Agar Wikipedia


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