Khartoum, Aug. 3 (SUNA) – The court trying the case on Fatwa (advisory opinion) about the killing of demonstrators for the year 2019, headed by Judge Zuhair Babiker Abdul-Raziq, Wednesday held a sitting and decided to adjourn its sittings to August 17.

The four defendants, the ousted president, Omer Hassan Ahmed Al-Bashir, his deputy Ali Othman Mohamed Taha, the head of the dissolved National Congress Party, Ahmed Haroun, and the former parliament speaker, Al-Fatih Ezz-Eddin, face charges under the Criminal Law, Article (25) incitement and Article (65) criminal organizations and Terrorism and Article (144) Terrorism and Article (186) of the Criminal Law Crimes against humanity.

At the sitting of Wednesday, the investigator in the case, prosecutor, Abdul-Rahim Al-Khair, was supposed to present a document via video, but the defense team objected to submitting the document in the absence of the investigator and asked the court to submit the accusation document in the presence of the investigator, and then the sitting was adjourned to Wednesday, August 17.


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