27 October 2015

Sudan: Minister Calls for Separation of Post of Attorney General From Minister of Justice

Khartoum — Minister of Justice, Dr. Awad Al-Hassan Al-Nur has demanded the Presidency of the Republic, represented in the Vice-President of the Republic, Hassabo Mohammed Abdul Rahman to sponsor the Justice and Legal Reform Conference which includes all the judicial bodies in the country.

The minister, addressing a workshop organized by his ministry on the experiment of the decentralization in Sudan which attended by the Vice-President, outlined that in the light of the state reform policy, the post of the Attorney General will be separated from the Minister of Justice to allow the minister to perform the justice process effectively and to be the connection between the Ministry of Justice, the Parliament, the Judiciary and the other justice bodies.

Dr. Al-Nur has emphasized that the issues of legal education, judiciary administration, the Higher Council for Justice and the Justice Chamber need more discussion to reach a unified vision in this connection.

The minister expressed hope that the workshop will come out with recommendations that will support the decentralization government.

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