Sudan approves law to ‘dismantle’ former regime: state TV

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FILE PHOTO: Sudan’s former president Omar Hassan al-Bashir sits inside a cage at the courthouse where he is facing corruption charges, in Khartoum, Sudan September 28, 2019. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

KHARTOUM (Reuters) – Sudanese transitional authorities approved a law late on Thursday to “dismantle” the regime of former president Omar al-Bashir, state TV reported.

The law was passed during a joint meeting of Sudan’s sovereign council and cabinet. Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok said on Twitter it was not an act of revenge, but was aimed at preserving the “dignity of the Sudanese people”.

Reporting by Hesham Abdul Khalek and Alaa Swilam; Writing by Mahmoud Mourad; Editing by Aidan Lewis

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