Sudan Liberation Movement statement about the ICC decision
In the light of the principles of Sudan Liberation Movement(SLM) for seeking justice in Sudan, Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM) under the founder Chairman Mr. Abdul Wahid Alnour well come the decision of the judges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for issued arrest warrants for two war suspects accused of war crimes in Sudan`s Darfur Region * Ahmed Haroun and Ali Mohamed Abdulrahman , also known Ali Kushayb*.
Ahmed Haroun was state minister for Interior Affairs, apost below full ministerial and security supervision during the conflict and is currentlly state minister of Humanitarian Affairs responsible of communication and co- opreation between Sudan Government and United Nation Mission in Sudan beside other NGOs.
Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM) ready for full co- opreation with the International Criminal Court (ICC) in Hague regarding hand over war suspects in Darfur Region if there any member from ( SLM ) accused by ( ICC ) even high profile members ( SLM ) ready to hand over them to ( ICC ), because justice is one of the ( SLM ) Principles.
According to arrest warrants decision by ( ICC ) judges , means that there were enough evidence to accused * Ahmed Haroun and Ali Kushayb* of war crimes in Darfur Region, and now the burden of hand over them to ( ICC) in Hague rely on Sudan Government to enforce the decision that taken by ( ICC ) judges, how ever the Darfur file referred to International Criminal Court by United Nation Security Council, Sudan Government one of the United Nation members, and should services the decision that taken by United Nation Security Council.
The founder Chairman of Sudan Liberation Movement ( SLM ) Mr. Abdul Wahid Alnour call Sudanese Nation, decent political parties, and Sudanese civil socities to put heat pressure up on Sudan Government to hand over war crimes suspects * Ahmed Haroun and Ali Kushayb * to the International Criminal Court ( ICC ) in Hague in order to avoid Sudan potentioal consequences.
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