15 April 2018

Sudan: Legislation Committee At Parliament Briefs Independent Expert On Situation of Human Rights

Khartoum — The Legislation, Justice and Human Rights Committee at the National Assembly Sunday briefed the visiting Independent Expert for Human Rights, Aristide Nannossi, on the legislative and monitoring activities of the Parliament on human rights.

Chairman of the committee, Osman Adam Omer, has informed the Independent Expert on the amendments on the package of laws relating of human rights in compliance with the Constitution of the year 2005 and the national dialogue outcome.

He referred to implementation of the decision of the President of the Republic on the collection of unlicensed weapons and the prevalence of security and stability at the dispute areas.

The committee has called on the Independent Expert to provide the required technical and logistic support for the organs that are concerned with human rights.

Meanwhile, the Independent Expert has praised the national dialogue experiment in Sudan, indicating the amended laws are coping with the regional and international agreements, conventions and laws on human rights.


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