ACJPS has compiled a report on the war’s effects on the legal system in Sudan. It is a sad read about a country in decay and total lack of respect for laws and human life. What makes it all the more serious is that all these crimes are committed by those who say they represent the people. A corrupt general of the army, and a terrorist leader who wants to be called General. People who have never respected the law, and who think they are above all applicable laws and conventions.

KHARTOUM AUGUST 14: The war in Sudan that started on April 15 has had a detrimental effect on the justice system. The conflict that started between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) continues in multiple locations, leading to widespread destruction of infrastructure, including courts and legal institutions, making it difficult for people to access justice.


The consequences of this war have undermined the integrity of the justice system, resulting in a culture of impunity, where perpetrators are not held accountable for their actions, and victims are denied justice.

The war has created a climate of fear and insecurity, making it challenging for individuals to come forward and report crimes or seek legal redress.

The armed groups involved in the conflict have been accused of committing widespread human rights abuses, including sexual violence, looting, and the bombing of government infrastructure, Courts, police stations, the office of the registrar, and the Criminal Evidence Laboratory center in Khartoum.


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