Former president of Sudan Al Bashir together with other government officials wanted by the international court of justice in Hague Netherland will soon be handed over.
Al Bashir was removed from the government in April 2019 after the long protests by the public.
According to a credible source from Sudan, the former president who is currently serving 2- year jail term in the correctional facility is facing five charges of crimes against humanity and two crimes war.
Al Bashir is serving a two-year term after being found guilty of corruption and money laundering.
Initially, the Sudan government had denied extraditing their commander in chief.
Al Bashir is the first president to be charged with genocide crimes. In 2009 and 2010 the international court of Justice in Hague issued the warrant of arrest against Al Bashir over crimes committed by his military between 2003 to 2008.
According to the international court of justice procedure of trying suspected criminals, it is until a suspect is presented to the courtroom for the trial process to kick off.
The council administering the Sudan government said that Al Bashir will be extradited with other government officials in order for the healing of wounds of affected people in Sudan to occur.
When the leaders will be sent to Hague, it is yet to be confirmed.
The effort taken by the government of Sudan is a clear but slow path to getting justice for people affected by excessive force used by the government then headed by Al Bashir.