12 April 2018

Sudan: Minister of Justice Chairs Meeting of Consultative Council for Human Rights

Khartoum — The Minister of Justice, Dr. Idris Jameel, Thursday haired a meeting of the Consultative Council on Human Rights, in presence of the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Justice, Ahmed Abbas Al-Razam.

The meeting discussed the outstanding efforts and accomplishment scored by the Council for Human Rights, the general legal situation and the preparations for a visit of the Independent Expert of the UN Human Rights Council to Sudan in the coming period.

The minister said that there are a number of committees working seriously through directives from the President of the Republic for combating human trafficking and the collection of unlicensed weapons, affirming the government support to the issues of the handicapped and the people of special needs.

He indicated that Sudan is exerting great efforts for cooperation with the Human Rights Council for providing technical aid in accordance with Chapter 10 which was approved by the council toward enhancing the human rights situation in the country.

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