June 2, 2014 (KHARTOUM) – Sudan’s National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR) has questioned the mental status of a Christian woman accused of apostasy amid reports that a presidential decree to pardon her will be issued during the week.
The head of the woman committee at the NCHR, Meriam Takas, revealed that they formed a committee to follow up on the case, noting that the woman’s name was neither found on the records of the University of Sudan nor Sudan’s examinations commission.
On May 15, (...)
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