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Saturday, 28 April 2018

Nononsi Promised Technical and Logistic Support

Khartoum - (SUNA) Human Rights Independent Expert Mr. Aristide Nononsi has said there is improvement in the situations of human rights in the Sudan but there are challenges, urging the government to exert utmost efforts for resolving them.
Mr. Nononsi affirmed following a meeting in Khartoum Tuesday with president and members of the National Human Rights Commission need for extending more support by the international community and the partners for promoting the situations of human rights in the Sudan, referring to the support of the UN and the partners to the National Human Rights Commission.
He said the plans and intentions by the commission to set up branches in the states; especially Darfur is a good and important thing that should be realized.
He added that there is an opportunity for exerting efforts for boosting human rights in Sudan for the benefit of the Sudanese society.
President of the National Human Rights Commission Eman Fatahal-Rahman Salem, on her part, said the meeting discussed aspects of joint cooperation, affirming commitment of the commission to protection, enhancing and dissemination of human rights and monitoring of application of rights and freedoms as part of the general trend of the state for guaranteeing freedoms, indicating that the expert promised technical and logistic support for completing the programs of the commission.