Opposition to take Sudanese government to criminal court
Sudan, Politics, 7/22/1998
The Sudanese opposition Democratic National Gathering in Cairo decided yesterday to take legal action in front of the newly approved international criminal court against the Sudanese government.
The group asserted that there already is a file compiled of the crimes committed by the Bashir government against the people of Sudan.
The spokesman and secretary of legal and constitutional affairs in the opposition grouping, Farouk Abu Essa, stated that the Sudanese government has committed a series of crimes against the rights of the Sudanese people such as banning political groups, racial cleansing, torture, and sheltering terrorist elements.
Moreover Abu Eissa urged Sudanese citizens to supply the opposition with all the data they have to support the case, clarifying that the Sudanese government will be the first to be tried before the international court as soon as proceedings are completed for the court.
The Sudanese opposition confirmed its support to the republic movement inside Sudan.
The bureau said that the terrorism of the regime will not prevent the Sudanese nation from launching its battle to restore democracy, it also condemned the government's campaign against Abu Eissa.
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