Examining serious human rights violations in Sudan since 25 October 2021

The UN Human Rights Council, in its resolution S/32/1 of 5 November 2021 on the Situation of Human Rights in the Sudan, recalled “with appreciation the exemplary, non-violent and popular uprising of the Sudanese people in 2019. It equally “condemn[ed] in the strongest possible terms the military takeover on 25 October 2021. The Council “urge[d] all actors in the Sudan … to refrain from violence and from committing further human rights violations and abuses,” and called on Sudan “to ensure accountability for those responsible and support for the victims of any such violations and abuse. It also called for “the immediate restoration of [Sudan’s] civilian-led transitional Government and the return to the internationally supported governing principles in the Sudan.

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