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Sudan: Religious freedom is guaranteed in the Constitution

Sudan: Religious freedom is guaranteed in the Constitution

Khartoum 21/04/2018 – The Sudanese Justice Minister Idris Jamil recognizes the freedoms in the country set forth in international conventions, pointing out that religious coexistence has long been in Sudan.

He said on Saturday, when addressing the Religious Freedoms Forum in Sudan, organized by the Consultative Council for Human Rights in Sudan in cooperation with the Ministry of Guidance and Endowments, that religions coexistence in Sudan is a reality and the nature of the Sudanese human tolerant, stressing that the promotion and protection of human are agreed upon principles and foundations.

The Sudanese minister stressed that Sudan ratified the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the African Charter on Human Rights, the Arab Charter on Human Rights and the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Convention, which calls for freedom of religion and beliefs.

He said that religious freedom is guaranteed in the Constitution, referring to Sudan ‘s recognition of all freedoms set forth in international conventions and ratified under Article 27 of the Constitution as a multi-religious and culturally diverse country.

 

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