A source within the sudanese justice system tells Reuters that the country's military intelligence service, found the suitcases packed with over 350,000 u.s. dollars and six million euros in a raid in the Omar al-Bashir's residence.
the Country's ex-leader, who ruled the Sudan during the dictatorial forms in 30 years time, it is said, therefore, to have been arrested, suspected of money laundering and illegal possession of large amounts of foreign currency.
on Wednesday, was brought al-Bashir to a prison in the capital Khartoum, according to the relatives to him. Since he was deposed on 11 april, he had been under house arrest in the presidential palace.
last year and that prompted al-Bashir's departure, however, has not abated.
A council of the armed forces have taken over the rule of the Sudan, a lieutenant-general has taken over as the country's de facto head of state and the expressed promises of a transition to a more democratic system. The protest movement demands that the military leaders as soon as possible to ensure that a civilian government is formed.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters gathered Friday around a sittstrejk outside the state in the capital city of Khartoum.
The biggest protestgruppen SPA present a private civilian counsel, led by the technocrats, who they want to govern the country until further notice. Conversations were held with military representatives during the Saturday and follow-up calls have been scheduled.
lift the country's nytillsatte minister of justice, the immunity of employees of the intelligence community suspected of involvement when a person with connections to the protests were arrested and killed.
It was at the end of January as a 36-year-old man was arrested by the sudanese security and intelligence services in the state of Kassala in eastern Sudan. He was accused of having been with and organized protests in the area.
His family was later informed that his dead body could be retrieved at a local morgue. Later it was declared from the authorities that the man died of injuries he received during his detention.
It is not clear how many people there are who lose their legal immunity. A special committee shall also be formed to lead investigations of corruption and crimes committed in connection with the protests, in yet another capitulation of the military council to the protesters.
the National congress party, was arrested on Saturday night. Including its deputy leader and al-Bashir's former deputy leader. The military council has previously said that the party will get set up in future elections, but it is not going to be invited to call during the transitional period.
the protest movement requires, above all, Omar al-Bashir should be brought to justice. The military council announced in an early stage that this will happen and then in the Sudan.
the Ex-dictator is ten years wanted by the International criminal court in the Hague (ICC) for war crimes and genocide committed in the conflict in Darfur.
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