Khartoum, May 14 (SUNA) – The Adviser to the Leader of the Justice and Equality Movement, Dr. Abdul-Aziz Ushar, said that the movement has been working continuously since its establishment to enter the world of politics, especially after the signing of the peace agreement in Juba between the armed struggle movements and the government.

Ushar said in a statement (to SUNA) that the movement’s constitution explains that it is a political movement since its foundation, pointing out that the Justice and Equality Movement managed to hold arms against the authorities that marginalized the Sudanese people.

He said that the movement has qualified cadres, and it is a national movement that seeks to remove marginalization from all the people of the country so that they can contribute to the building of the homeland.

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