ICC is the last hope of Former Sudanese president Omar Al-Bashir victims in Darfur.

The Council of Ministers in Sudan “decided to hand over the wanted persons to the International Criminal Court,” Mariam al-Mahdi, Sudan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs has said.

They include former President Omar al-Bashir and several of his allies who served in his government.

Bashir is wanted for crimes against humanity and war crimes during the conflict in Darfur.

Sudan News Agency, SUNA says the decision was disclosed during a meeting between the country’s foreign ministry and the new chief prosecutor of the Hague-based court, Karim Khan, who was visiting Khartoum.

But the decision will first be subjected to a joint meeting of the Sovereign Council and the Council of Ministers for ratification.
Marshal Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir is a Sudanese former military officer, politician, and war criminal who served as the seventh head of state of Sudan under various titles from 1989 to 2019 for three decades during his reign when his government had brutally killed and the war left many displaced families before being deposed in a coup d’état.
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(FILES) This file photo taken on April 9, 2017 shows Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir watching the joint Sudan and Saudi Arabia air force drill at the Marwa air base, near Meroe some 350 kilometres north of Khartoum.
War crimes judges will rule on July 6, 2017 if South Africa flouted international law by failing to arrest Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir, wanted for trial on charges of genocide in Darfur. Legal experts widely expect that judges at the International Criminal Court will find that Pretoria, one of the founding members of the tribunal, failed to co-operate with the ICC based in The Hague. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY