Khartoum, Oct. 23 (SUNA) – The Supreme Court’s Judge and Chairman of the Training Department at the Judiciary, Hisham Babiker Abdalla, has denied the claim that the Judiciary is responsible for the delay in implementation of the judgments issued by courts, especially in the death cases.

He disclosed in a statement to SUNA that at least 2,500 death sentences issued by the courts are awaiting the decision of the Constitutional Court to implement them, stressing that the number of those awaiting execution sentences has reached such a large number because the matter is within the jurisdiction of the Constitutional Court, which is not in session currently, and no time has been set for its sittings.

Judge Hisham said that the issues discussed today (Saturday) at the Conference for Promotion of the Judiciary’s Performance in Rotana Hotel included the delay that occurs in the implementation of judgments, a matter which is not accepted by some Sudanese people who think that the Judiciary is responsible for this delay, but the reality is not so.

He stressed that the Judiciary shall be unified and prompt in order to achieve justice and satisfy the aspirations of the Sudanese people, who accomplished the great revolution.

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