the Sudanese police and the order part 1
Represent the public order police enforcement mechanism with the law voluntarily or by force In the sense that it Only implement the laws as set by the legislator Accordance with the regulations of the legislation and explanatory of the low the Question is the who put this legislation? Who is responsible for overseeing the implementation of the public order police with their duties?
The case of the structures may have attracted the attention of a broad and international media, which led to a situation faced by women in Sudan of insulting and harassed on the map of interest organizations concerned with human rights and the rights of women.
Lubna says that the painful thing is the silence of women who are beaten and humiliated by the police for fear of scandal, because the society is blamed on the woman always the victim, not the executioner. However, its cause and its position during the trial when distributed invitation cards for hundreds of acquaintances and friends and a crowd of journalists to attend her trial has been around the trial of an issue of public order and confusion scandalous to a human rights issue which has encouraged other women who are subjected to such trials to talk about the media to expose what is happening inSudan.
Says who we surveyed a sample of their views on the video that the Sudanese government use of Islamic law and public order police to suppress and intimidate people including ownership of tools such as the General Security Service, who shall exercise arrest and torture to terrorize political opponents. It also unanimously agreed that the upcoming referendum in southern Sudan and the possibility of separation may be a reason the Sudanese government attempt to tighten its grip on society and the public street to block any resistance to the government of Omar al-Bashir.
Islamic law was applied for the first time in the Sudan under the regime of Gaafar Nimeiri in 1983, following the popular uprising in Sudan in April 1985 the Sudanese parties failed to agree on the abolition of Islamic laws. Following the coup, the National Islamic Front, led by President Omar al-Bashir has been working at all levels to turn Sudan into an Islamic country.