Sudan's current transitional government has decided to dissolve the country's former president, Omar Al-Bashir party. The islamist NCP party was in power for almost 30 years.
the report on Thursday Sudanese minister of justice Nasredtin Abdelbari .
at the Same time the NCP-the party also was removed from the Sudanese party register and its assets were frozen.
the Sudanese prime minister Abdalla Hamdon commented on Twitter that the government's decision is, however, not retaliation for the former government.
– This law seeks to restore the wealth that has been stolen from the people, Hamdon says.
in the Sudan is also a refutation of Al-bashir's early laws, which regulate women's dress code and behavior. Acts of violation followed by caning.
the purpose of the Law was to restrict women's dress code, movement, work and study. International and local human rights organizations had criticized the law extensively.
Al-Bashir was overthrown in April, nearly eight months of protests and unrest. A transitional government was agreed upon in August.
in Sudan were formed in the transitional administrative council composed of soldiers and civilians
Police: Sudan's ex-president Omar Al-Bashir granted almost a hundred million dollars in aid from Saudi Arabia
the transition to civilian rule has now officially started – the constitutional declaration was signed in Sudan
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