Rebellion against the Turkish-Egyptian administration
a religious leader named Muhammad ibn Abdalla proclaimed himself the Mahdi, or the "expected one," and began a religious crusade to unify the tribes in western and central Sudan
the closed districts ordinances placed tight controls on access to the south, the nuda moutins , darfur and southern blue nile , whose peoples - after 'pacification' - were now regarded as needing 'protection'
southern policy was abandoned after the juda conference organized by the cononial government, at which southern chief agreed with northern nationalists to pursue a united sudan. a crash program of integration followed
the United Kingdom and Egypt concluded an agreement providing for Sudanese self-government and self-determination.
the cairo conference on self-rule on the ground that they had "no party or organization"
Nimeiri then initiated negotiations with the southern rebels and signed an agreement in Addis Ababa
wwhen southern soldiers mutinied rather than follow orders is what triggers the second civil war in sudan
by this time the constitution and disband Nimeiri’s Sudan Socialist Union.
shari'a law was incorporated into the government legal system , the punishments are amputations for theft and public lashing for alcohol possessions
nimeiri was overthrown by a uprising in khartoum provoked by a collapsing economy
, while out of the country, Nimeiri was overthrown by a popular uprising in Khartoum provoked by a collapsing economy, the war in the south, and political repression.
is when Elections were held and a civilian government took over after the April 1986 elections.