Sudan PM Pledges Transitional Justice to Darfur Displaced

11/6/2019

According to Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok, who visited Zamzam and Abu Shouk camps for the displaced in North Darfur on Monday, refugees and displaced people should take part in Sudan’s peacebuilding process. He vowed to achieve transitional justice in the war-torn region.

The residents of the two camp, which are among the largest in Darfur, pointed to the need to tackle the roots of the problems in the region in order to achieve “a just and lasting peace.” They further asked the government to allow humanitarian organizations to return as soon as possible to provide services to the people living in the camps.

At both camps, Hamdok pledged to achieve transitional justice. This is “a priority and a basic requirement.” The new government will exert all efforts to meet the demands of the displaced and added that “every criminal and corrupt person” will be prosecuted.

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