Urgent Action: Forty-seven students held incommunicado, one killed | Amnesty International UK

Urgent Action: Forty-seven students held incommunicado, one killed

Forty-seven students of Darfur origin remain in incommunicado detention after security agents arrested them in raids on their homes on 23 and 27 December 2018 in Sinnar and Khartoum states. One student was killed in the raids. In press conferences on 23 and 28 December 2018, the government accused the students of infiltration, association with a rebel group, and planning to kill protesters in the ongoing protests in the country. 

Take action.

 

PLEASE SEND APPEALS BEFORE 8 MARCH 2019

 

Please write urgently in your own words or using the template letter included in English or Arabic to:

President
Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir
Office of the President
People’s Palace
PO Box 281
Khartoum, Sudan
Salutation: Your Excellency

 

Also send copies to diplomatic representatives accredited to your country.

HIS EXCELLENCY MR MOHAMMED ABDALLA ALI ELTOM Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan, 3 Cleveland Row St James’s SW1A 1DD, 020 7839 8080, info@sudan-embassy.co.uk www.sudan-embassy.co.uk

Please check with your section before sending appeals after the above date.

 

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