By Mustafa Hussein Hassan
The Sudanese politician Faroug Abu Eisa has died today in Khartoum the capital of Sudan.
Sudanese journalist Ismail Fadl Almola said, late Abu Eisa was prominent opposition leader who stood against all the dictatorship regimes in Sudan including the NCP.
He was major defender for freedoms, human rights as well as National Liberation Movements in Africa, by his death the Sudanese National Movement lost great leader who dedicated him self to his homeland.
Abu Eisa is communist leader who born in Madani at Gezira state in 1933 and studied in hantoub School.
He served as Foreign Minister during May regime led by Jaffar Nimairi, in 1983 Abu Eisa assumed the position of the general secretary of the Arab Lawyers Union .
After Albashir coup in 1989 he travelled to Egypt and re-elected several times as Arab Lawyers Union on until 2003,
Abu Eisa returned to Sudan in 2005 after singing of the comprehensive peace agreement (CPA) between Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) and Defunct regime of the National Congress Party (NCP)