Sudan passes liberal reforms bringing penal code in line with constitutional rights

By Amar Diwakar, 14 July
Flag of Sudan (photo credit: pixabay)
Flag of Sudan (photo credit: pixabay)
Amendments to outlaw discriminatory practices and preserve civil liberties have been adopted, as the government pushes ahead with constitutional reforms. Sudan’s ruling body, the Transitional Sovereignty Council (TSC), has ratified a set of sweeping changes to the country’s penal code in a bid to implement its constitutional mandate and strengthen its democratic transition.
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