Deputy Chairman of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N), Yasir Arman, said Wednesday that the rejection of the transitional military junta in Sudan to cancel the death sentence against him would not change his intention to return to Khartoum.
The sources told Sudan Tribune Tuesday that leaders of the Transitional Military Council are disinclined to cancel the death sentence against the leader of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement – North, Malik Agar and his deputy Yasir Arman, despite receiving contacts from regional and international parties to take this decision in support of peace throughout the country.
“The death sentence against Malik Aqar, me and a number of my colleagues in the movement is a political sentence par excellence, I have a promise to keep with my country and the voice of people, and I will never let it go ,” Arman wrote on his Facebook page.
“I will go back to Khartoum with permission of our people, I was just want to go back with a number of my colleagues from Sudan Revolutionary Front, but in the SPLM-N we took our decision, I will return to Khartoum soon, regardless of the death sentence” Arman said on Facebook.
Arman explained that the main objective is to go to Khartoum and reaching a comprehensive peace, and link between peace, democracy and citizenship without discrimination.
Source: Sudan Tribune