Allowing Bashir into SA an Outrage – SALC

SALC warns that it would be a mockery of justice if the South African government could allow Sudanese President al-Bashir into the country again

The Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) says it would be a mockery of justice if the South African government could allow Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir into the country again, following this year’s controversial visit.
 
SALC’s international criminal justice lawyer, Angela Mudukuti, argues that, “I think it would be great travesty if President Al-Bashir were to come again because there is a standing order for his arrest.”
 
Mudukuti spoke to reporters at the High Court in Pretoria, shortly after Judge Hans Fabricius dismissed the government’s application for leave to appeal the court’s June ruling regarding al-Bashir’s departure from South Africa, despite an interim order from the same court instructing government not to allow him to leave.
 
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