Khartoum, Sept. 14 (SUNA) - The court trying case of fatwa to kill protesters, before which ousted president Omer Hassan Ahmed Al-Bashir, his deputy Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, and Ahmed Haroun, head of the dissolved National Congress Party, and Al-Fateh Ezz El-Din Mansour, the former parliament speaker, appear continue its sessions next week, chaired by Justice Zuhair Babiker Abdel-Razik.

Today's session of the court, which was held at the Institute of Judicial Sciences here, was adjourned due to the absence of the complainant of his illness besides absence of a technician who was supposed to present a prosecution document at the session.

The defendants face charges of incitement and criminal complicity in killing of demonstrators under Article 25 of the Criminal Law, incitement, Article (65) criminal and terrorist organizations, Article 144 terrorism, and Article (186) crimes against humanity.

 The court will continue its sessions next Wednesday.



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