The Sudanese government has given assurances that wanted persons, die charged with war crimes will be handed over to the International Criminal Court.
“The cabinet has decided die Defendants to the International Criminal Court in To hand over to The Hague “said die Sudanese Federal Minister Buthaina Dinar in a press conference.
A commitment to extradite wanted persons to the International Criminal Court
On Saturday, the Sudanese Council of Ministers concluded a long three-day session and took a package of decisions, including die Extradition of the wanted persons to the International Criminal Court and another to deal with the economic and political crises in the country.
We are looking for the ousted President Omar al-Bashir, his defense minister Abdel Rahim Muhammad Hussein, his interior minister Ahmed Haroun and the surrendered Ali Kushayb as well as the rebel Abdullah Banda.
Called for during her recent visit to Sudan die Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court die Khartoum government to extradite Ahmed Haroun in connection with his Kushayb case.
Harun, who is in the national prison for crimes in Khartoum is imprisoned, was and is Minister of the Interior during the Darfur War die right hand of the ousted President Omar al-Bashir, against whom the International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant with Ali Kushayb in 2007 for war crimes and crimes against die humanity in Darfur.
A year later, the International Criminal Court issued two arrest warrants in 2008 and 2009 for the ousted President Omar al-Bashir and in 2012 drafted Defense Minister Abdel Rahim Muhammad Hussein die Wanted List.
After a series of sessions, the International Criminal Court brought 31 charges against Ali Kushayb in relation to war crimes, murder, looting and rape in Darfur.
Known as die Black box of the Darfur war because of its active role in This Holocaust, Kushayb surrendered to the International Criminal Court last year.
The consultations between the government of Khartoum and the International Criminal Court had made three proposals to bring the wanted Sudanese to court or to appear before the criminal court or a special court in Sudan.
Mobilizing support for die Implementation of the Juba Peace Agreement
In a different context, Buthaina Dinar confirmed that the Council of Ministers had taken a number of decisions to address peace issues, achieve justice and support for die To mobilize the implementation of the Juba peace agreement, in particular security agreements.
In the press conference on Saturday evening, she said, according to the Sudan News Agency, that the council die Immediate resumption of direct dialogue with the Sudanese People’s Liberation Movement North and led by Abdel Aziz Al-Hilu die Signing of a framework agreement in order to die To advance the question of a comprehensive peace agreement in the country.
Dinars demanded die Sudanese Liberation Army led by Professor Abdel Wahed Mohamed Ahmed El Nour to join the peace process.
The Federal Minister of Governance said that the council had decided die to provide the necessary funds to die Implementation of the Juba Agreement for Peace in Sudan and die Extradition of those die to be charged before the International Criminal Court to ensure and additionally deal with the problems of Eastern Sudan in all its dimensions with the participation of all parties and ensuring the establishment of the Governance and Administration Conference.
The Minister of Federal Governance announced that die Work of the technical workshop in preparation for the Federal Governance Conference has ended and that local workshops will begin tomorrow, Sunday, to share opinions about die Obtaining governance in Sudan.
Dinar stated that the Council of Ministers die Reaffirmed the support and assistance of the People’s Armed Forces in their relocation within the Sudanese territories on the eastern borders die Security and property of citizens in to preserve the border areas, and die Police forces with everything they need supported help and skills, die enable them to build security and the rule of law.
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