By court decision.. Al-Bashir returns in hospital for urgent checks

Today, Sunday, the Sudanese broadcaster “Taiba” reported that the deposed president Omar Al-Bashir has been transferred in hospital and underwent urgent medical examinations.

The channel stated on its Twitter account that the transfer of the former president in hospital occurred by court decision.

9 months in hospital

Last month, security authorities returned isolated Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and his deputy Bakri Hassan Saleh, and former Defense Minister Abd al-Rahim Muhammad Hussein, along with People’s Congress leaders, Ali al- Hajj and Ibrahim al-Senussi and others, to Kober prison, again, after 9 months in hospital or the special medical treatment they have enjoyed thanks to the court ruling.

Sources considered that the reason for their return in prison have been suspicious meetings held by Al-Bashir’s party during the recent period, which have urged the authorities to take action.

Suspicious encounters

Al-Arabiya/Al-Hadath sources revealed that the dissolved National Congress Party has resumed its activity through meetings and meetings, which prompted the authorities to send it a clear or warning message, imprisoning its leaders.

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This reinstatement step took place two days after statements by the President of the Sovereign Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, Commander in Chief of the Army, in front of the soldiers in a training camp north of the capital, Khartoum, in which he attacked the dissolved National Congress and the Islamic Movement, putting in guarding against bullying by those who belong to them within the military, and emphasizing that the military belongs only to the motherland and not to any other entity or party.

He also stressed in his speech at the time that Islamists would not return to power after ruling for 30 years.

medical reports

Al-Bashir and his deputy spent months in Alia Hospital, receiving treatment according to medical reports their defense lawyers kept submitting to the court, believing they needed permanent medical supervision.

Interestingly, the former president is on trial with (33) other Islamic Movement leaders for masterminding the June 30, 1989 coup, as well as other cases related to the fatwa of killing protesters.

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