Khartoum — The Public Prosecution affirmed that Sudan has made wide strides in the compatibility of its legislations with the agreements and protocols relating to the combat of terrorism, stressing that the Act for Combating Terrorism for the year 2001 was precisely formulated to guarantee the principle of justice and realizing the law objectives.
During his meeting with the delegation of the UN for combating terrorism, the Chairman of the State Security Prosecution, Babiker Abdul-Latif, said that the Public Prosecution is continuing efforts with all the concerned parties in the field of combating terrorism toward eradicating terrorism and violent extremism.
Meanwhile, the acting Chairman of the Administration for Combating Violent Extremism, Sinin Eissa, has pointed to the efforts of the Public Prosecution in combating violent extremism and establishment of specialized prosecutions for combating money laundry, human trafficking and legal wealth, besides the Informatics Prosecution.
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Publish date : 2018-11-01 10:38:13