Sudan is demanding the international community and partners to implement the tenth item and fulfill their commitments to provide the necessary technical support and assistance to the Sudan.
Sudan committed to promote and protect of human rights and cooperated with the Human Rights Council and its mechanisms in this regard, said the Minister of Justice, Mohammed Ahmed Salim during the interactive dialogue with the independent expert on human rights in Sudan, Aristide Nannousi at the UN Palace in Geneva.
Salim explained that the report of the independent expert on the situation of human rights in the Sudan is clearly avoiding the context of the tenth item on technical assistance and capacity-building to improve the human rights situation in the country.
He said: “The report of the independent expert focused on individual and limited cases and gave them the nature of generalization, adding that most of these cases built on personal views rather than on evidence “.
The Minister stressed that the Sudan has made progress in many human rights areas, including the completion of the comprehensive national dialogue, enforcing the dialogue outcomes and begun with the formation of the National Accord Government and the drafting of a permanent constitution.
He stressed that all that being implemented and depends mainly on the local potential without assistance from the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Trust Fund or other donors.
The independent expert presented his report on the situation of human rights in Sudan, while a number of countries and regional groups demanding the Council to end his mandate and to provide support to Sudan.