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Sudan: Woman condemned to death released after international pressure

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    23 June 2014 – Immediate



    Amnesty International has spokespeople available for interview.

    Today’s release of Meriam Yehya Ibrahim, a Christian Sudanese woman sentenced to death by hanging for ‘apostasy’ and to flogging for ‘adultery’, is a step towards undoing the horrific injustice visited on her, said Amnesty International today.

    Meriam was released from Omdurman Woman’s Prison today after an appeal court found her not guilty of both charges. She is now with her husband and her two children.

    “Today’s ruling is a small step to redressing the injustice done to Meriam,” said Sarah Jackson, Deputy Director at Amnesty International . “However, she should never have been prosecuted. Meriam was sentenced to death when eight months pregnant for something which should not be a crime. Furthermore, her abhorrent treatment, including being shackled, violated international human rights law against ill-treatment.”
    Meriam’s case attracted more than a million Amnesty International supporters to take action calling for her immediate and unconditional release.

    “Amnesty International would like to pay tribute to all those who contributed to this massive showing of support,” said Sarah Jackson. “Their letters showed the Sudanese authorities that people around the world were outraged by Meriam’s ordeal”.

    “Amnesty International will continue to urge the Sudanese authorities to repeal provisions that criminalize acts of apostasy and adultery so that nobody else in Sudan has to endure the same ordeal as Meriam and to establish a moratorium on executions as a first step towards abolishing the death penalty.”

    To arrange an interview with an Amnesty International spokesperson contact: Stefan Simanowitz + 44 (0) 20 7413 5729 or 07721398984 press@amnesty.org .
                  

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