Rights activists say the amendments are incompatible with the outcomes of the concluded National Dialogue and reflects only the will of the ruling party.
Opposition to Constitutional Changes in Sudan Grows
Radio Dabanga, 2 May 2017
A group of human rights defenders refuse to recognise the decisions passed by Sudan's National Assembly on the constitutional amendments on Sudan's rights and freedoms. Read more »
Protests in Aloshara neighborood Khartoum (file photo).
Parliament Ratifies Interim Decree On Transfer of Some Powers of President to National Prime Minister
SNA, 2 May 2017
The National Assembly, chaired by its Speaker Prof. Ibrahim Ahmed Omer, Tuesday ratified a report of the Legislations, Justice and Human Rights and the Labor, Administration and… Read more »
VP Says Simple Guidelines for Human Rights Should Be Drawn
SNA, 30 April 2017
The Vice President of the Republic, Hassabou Mohamed Abdul Rahaman, has instructed that simple and easy guidelines on human rights should be drafted and disseminated prior to… Read more »
'Sudan's New Voluntary Work Act Oppressive' - Activist
Radio Dabanga, 30 April 2017
The draft of Sudan's new Voluntary and Humanitarian Work Act aims to control the civil society organisations in the country, says Dr El Bagir El Afif Mukhtar, head of the El Khatim… Read more »
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