THOSE WANTED BY ICC SHOULD APPEAR BEFORE COURT SAYS SUDAN

-A +A
0

[Sudan\ICC Court\Al Jazeera]
Mohamed Hassan al-Taishi:"We can only achieve justice if we heal the wounds."
Photo: Facebook

Former president Omar al-Bashir, overthrown by mass protests in 2019, will reportedly be handed over to the ICC.

Sudan's transitional authorities and rebel groups from Darfur have agreed that those wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for crimes in the region should appear before the tribunal, officials have said.

The announcement was made on Tuesday in Juba, the capital of neighbouring South Sudan, where the two sides are engaged in peace talks.

"We can only achieve justice if we heal the wounds ... and we cannot escape from facing these ... without the appearance of those against whom arrest warrants were issued by the International Criminal Court," Mohamed Hassan al-Taishi, a member of Sudan's sovereign council, told reporters.

For the full story go to: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/02/sudan-darfur-rebels-agree-prosecu...

Also Check Out...

In the favelas and peripheries of Brazil, arbitrary arrests—lacking proof and motivated by race
Racial Policing: In Brazil, Crime
Meet Claudienne Hibbert-Smith,
Black Woman Making History In The
Mali has marked its 61st anniversary of the country’s independence from France.
Mali Marks 61st Independence Day
Educators, like art teacher George Galbreath, whose art is shown above, continue to face decisions in the classroom
Educator Uses Art To Showcase
“Freedom to Vote” Act, a compromise bill that would expand and protect the right to vote
Democrats Must Pass Voting Rights
oppressive laws curtailing human rights including the rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly,
Gambia: Oppressive Laws Remain