12 April 2018

Sudan: Minister of Justice Chairs Human Rights Meeting

Khartoum — Minister of Justice, Dr. Idris Ibrahim Jameel chaired, Thursday, the meeting of the Advisory Council of Human Rights in the presence of the Undersecretary of the Ministry, Ahmed Abbas Al-Razam besides the Council's membership.

The meeting discussed the efforts and the achievements of the Human Rights Council, the legal status and the preparations for the visit to Sudan by the Independent Expert of the UN Human Rights Council.

Minister of Justice has explained that the most important requirements of the stability and improvement of the human rights file is the ratification of the international agreements, affirming Sudan great concern over the file.

He revealed that the concerned committees directed by the President of the Republic to fight human trafficking and firearms collection, are working hard, in this connection.

He stressed that the Sudan is making great efforts in cooperation with the Human Rights Council until technical support is provided in accordance with the Article, 10 approved by the Council in a way that helps to promote and improve the human rights in the country.


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