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Friday, 20 October 2017

Parliament Demands Logistic Support in Intertribal Conflicts

Khartoum – Deputy Speaker of the Parliament, Dr. Badria Suleiman received the Human Rights Independent Expert, Mr. Aristide Nononsi along with the Human Rights Consultative Council and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
She told Mr. Nononsi that the parliament is working in amending in the rights bill and other related laws to be tabled in the next round of the parliament sessions.
She added that the parliament is discussing these days the criminal procedures law and other related laws.
Badria said that the parliament has asked the Independent expert to provide technical assistance for Sudan to deal with intertribal conflicts to avoid human rights violations.
She affirmed that the Independent Expert recognized the demands and promised to provide the technical assistance according to his mandate and not reports on human rights.
For his part, Second Deputy Speaker, and chair of the foreign relations committee in the parliament, Mohammed Al-Hassan Al-Amin said that the committee met with the Independent expert and briefed him on the developments in the country in regard to human rights in general and the endorsement of human rights acts.