Sudanese civil society organizations urge Dutch government and entrepr

Sudanese civil society organizations urge Dutch government and entrepr


05-21-2012, 11:21 AM


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Title: Sudanese civil society organizations urge Dutch government and entrepr
Author: Ahmed Mohamedain
Date: 05-21-2012, 11:21 AM

For Immediate Release May 21st, 2012

Sudanese civil society organizations urge Dutch government
and entrepreneurs Not to invest in the Sudan



The Sudanese Dutch Private Investment Forum will be organized by The Chamber of Commerce Haaglanden on May 21st, 2012 at The Hague. Almost all members of the Sudanese delegation are government officials.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) issued warrants for the arrest of Sudan's president for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide and other senior government officials who are still in power. Violations of human rights are on daily basis, civil liberties are denied and security is non-existent across the country.
The Sudanese government relies on foreign investments to fund its military and the brutal militias to commit war crimes and crimes against humanity against the people of the Sudan. The revenue from the investment will be used to purchase arms to commit more crimes on innocent people in South Kordofan, Eastern Sudan, Blue Nile, Darfur and the rest of the Sudan.
The Sudanese civil society organizations sent letters to The Dutch government, entrepreneurs, people of The Netherlands and the participants in The Sudanese Dutch Private Investment Forum, urging them to divest instead of investing in the Sudan, to pressure the government of Sudan to improve human rights records, to fully cooperate with the International Criminal Court and to allow the humanitarian aid organizations to access the people in a dire need.


Darfur Union Nuba Mountains Solidarity Abroad Sudan Youth for Change Movement Sudan Democratic Forum
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