The Attorney General of Sudan began an investigation against ousted President Omar Bashir. He is suspected of laundering and possession of significant amounts in foreign currencies from unexplained sources, Reuters said, citing a source in the Sudanese justice system.
According to this informant, intelligence officials searched Omar Bashir's home and found suitcases worth more than $ 350,000 and $ 6 million and £ 5 million Sudan (over $ 1
– The prosecutor ordered the arrest of the (former) president and a quick interrogation of him as part of the preparations to bring him to justice, Reopera told a source at the Sudanese judicial authorities. According to him, the hearing should take place in Kobar Prison in Khartoum, to which Bashir was recently transferred.
The Sudanese Confederation of Trade Unions and Liberal Professions calls for the settlement of Bashir and his government officials to fight corruption, nepotism and averting economic crisis that has intensified in recent years
On Wednesday, the Provisional Military Council ruled that The country after the arrest of Bashir took over the Sudanese central bank to review the financial transfers for the period from 1 April and to take on "suspicious" transactions funds, the Sudanese news agency SUNA. The Council also ordered to suspend all ownership interests until further notice and to report suspicious transfers of shares or companies
. Reuters recalls that President Bashir repeatedly recalls his modest beginnings as a child growing up in an Eastern village in a poor peasant family. of the Nile.
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On April 11, Bashir was deposed by the army after months of protests against the government. Since then, he is in the presidential residence, but in the last few days his family has reported that he has been transferred to the intensified Kobar Prison.
Bashir's editions are also being challenged by the International Criminal Court, which has issued two arrest warrants for the former Sudanese president and wants to decide him for crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide in the Sudanese province of Darfur.
Protests against the government have been taking place in Sudan since mid-December. Initially, they were caused by rising prices and a lack of food and fuel. However, they quickly demanded the resignation of the country that ruled the country for nearly 30 years: Bashir