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03-30-2015, 04:36 PM
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Sudan's Chief of Justice pays visit to South Darfur

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    March 30 - 2015 NYALA
    A militiaman wearing a "kadamool" in Darfur (file photo)
    A militiaman wearing a "kadamool" in Darfur (file photo)

    The Sudanese Chief of Justice visited Nyala, capital of South Darfur, on Sunday, to attend the inauguration of a number of new courts, established in various parts of the city.

    Addressing the opening ceremony in Nyala, the second largest city in the country after Khartoum, Justice Chief Ahmed Haidar Dafallah stressed that the new judicial facilities will work to achieve justice among the people. He also condemned the recent eruptions of tribal fighting in the state.

    The Chief of Justice explained that his visit to Nyala is “part of routine work to assess the functioning of the judiciary”, and ordered the release of 180 inmates held at the city’s prison on the occasion, as well as the payment of an extra month of salary to the courts’ personnel.

    South Darfur Governor, Maj. Gen. Adam Mahmoud Jarelnabi, stressed the importance of the presence of a judge in each locality, pointing to the appointment by the Ministry of Justice of a public prosecutor in each of the South Darfur localities already.

    He stated that the security and judicial efforts have led to the stabilisation of the security situation in South Darfur.

    Emergency measures

    In July 2014, the South Darfur government issued a number of “emergency measures”, in an attempt to combat the rampant insecurity in the state capital. Police services were expanded, army forces would be deployed, and special courts would be established to deal with violators of the new measures.

    Jarelnabi ordered the strict control on vehicles riding in Nyala without number plates. Tinted glass windows were prohibited too, “including for all government vehicles”. Motorcycles were banned from the streets between 7 pm and 7 am.

    Furthermore, the wearing of the kadamool, a turban-veil covering the face, was forbidden, as well as the carrying of weapons by “people in civilian clothes”. The firing of guns was prohibited “at all occasions”.

                  

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