The Sudanese Supreme Court, which is competent to consider the decisions of the committee to dismantle the former regime, decided to return 21 public prosecutors to work, in addition to 15 ambassadors out of 32 who appealed against the decisions of the committee.
Last week, the same court issued decisions to return citizens to their jobs from which they were dismissed by decisions of the dismantling committee.
With today's decision, the highest judicial body in Sudan will return diplomats to their work for the first time after their dismissal by decisions of the committee to dismantle the regime of Omar al-Bashir, and one of the most prominent opponents to work is the former Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abdel-Ghani Al-Naim.
In 2019, the committee to dismantle the isolated regime issued decisions to terminate the services of hundreds of workers in state institutions, including leaders, advisers, judges and diplomats, on the grounds that they were affiliated with the regime of ousted President Omar al-Bashir.
On the fifth of this month, the Appeals Chamber of the Supreme Court had issued 11 decisions to return citizens to their jobs from which they had been dismissed earlier by decisions issued by the “Committee for Removing Empowerment, Fighting Corruption and Refunding Money”, and the matter concerns judges, advisors, prosecutors and employees of government institutions;
Most notably the judiciary, the ministries of justice and oil, the National Fund for Social Security and Pensions, and others.
Following the judicial decisions last week, the representative of the Defense of the Dismissed, former Counsellor Abdullah Darf, said that they are awaiting the rest of the results of the legal challenges to return the dismissed by the Empowerment Removal Committee to their institutions, and added that the decisions of the Appeals Department of the Supreme Court are “final in accordance with the law of the Empowerment Removal Committee and is not subject to To appeal, and these are 3 messages that the Sudanese judiciary is authentic, non-politicized, and enjoys independence.”
On January 11, more than two thousand people in Sudan submitted appeals to the judiciary in order to return them to their jobs, after they were dismissed by decisions of the Empowerment Removal Committee, according to the head of the legal committee for the dismissed.Keywords: the sudanese supreme court, ambassadors, committee, decisions, regime, addition, prosecutors, jobs, sudan, judiciary, bashir, messages, decision, citizens, body