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UN Rights Council Should Ramp Up Engagement on Sudan

Thank you. Sudan has seen dramatic changes since protests that started mid-December led to the ouster of Sudan’s president for 30 years, Omar al-Bashir, in April. A transitional government took over in August. Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and his cabinet have only had a few weeks to become operational. Now, with new leaders in place, we see an important opportunity for change, in line with the agreement signed by Sudan’s military and civilian leaders on August 17, to put human rights, rule of law, and accountability up front after decades of rule by violent repression, impunity, and corruption.…

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