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Former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir will appear today, Sunday, before the Public Prosecution, to testify about the crimes and humanitarian violations that occurred during the conflict period in some areas of the city of Darfur, western Sudan.
“Al-Bashir will appear before the prosecution office in Khartoum today, to testify about crimes and humanitarian violations during the period of conflicts in some areas of Darfur,” lawyer Mohamed Al-Hassan Al-Amin told Sputnik.
The CNN network recently quoted a high-ranking Sudanese government source as saying that Khartoum had taken a decision to hand over former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and two other suspects to the International Criminal Court, on the grounds that they were accused of war crimes in Darfur.
The network quoted the government source, saying: “As part of the agreement between the government and the rebel movement, the sovereign council agreed to hand over Ahmed Harun (former Interior Minister) and Abdul Rahim Muhammad Hussein, the Janjaweed commander known as Ali Kushayb.”
International Criminal, recent reports, commented that it has not yet confirmed Sudan’s decision to extradite those accused of genocide in Darfur, including President al-Bashir.
A source in the court’s media office said: “We have seen news about this, we are trying to obtain confirmation, but so far we have no information about this case.”
The International Criminal Court calls on the Sudanese authorities to expedite the extradition of the ousted president, Omar al-Bashir, to a court in the Netherlands or try him in Khartoum, as responsible for the crimes committed in the Darfur region, based on two arrest warrants issued in 2009 and 2010 to arrest him.