The Chief Justice of Sudan Haider Ahmed Dafaalla has asserted the cooperation of the Judiciary with the United Nations-African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) for realizing justice and the rule of law. At his meeting Sunday in his office with a UNAMID delegation, led by the Director of the UNAMID's Rule of Law Department Ms Fancois Sima, the Chief Justice indicated that the Judiciary was capable to maintain the rule of law in the country, appreciating the continuous cooperation with the UNAMID in the field of training and abroad missions. He pointed to the reactivation of the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur regarding the Darfur crimes tribunal, its re-formation and the work process of the tribunal according to the Sudan Criminal Law, the International Humanitarian Law and other related international laws.
The Chief Justice has appreciated vision of the Judiciary for achieving peace in Darfur, preparing courts, providing requirements of the Judiciary work and enhancing its cadres' capabilities via the training programs inside the country and abroad and the holding of the just trials in accordance with the international standards.
On her part, Mrs Francois indicated that the priorities of the UNAMID is to support the police for the protection of the citizens, contribute to the domestic medications, indicating that the Judiciary would contribute to guaranteeing the civilians' protection in Darfur.
The meeting also tackled aspects of cooperation in the judicial field between the Judiciary and the Department of the Rule of Law of the UNAMID in Sudan.