JARTUM, Aug 31 (Reuters / EP) –
The former president of Sudan Omar Hasan Al Bashir has been charged this Sunday for corruption and illegal possession of foreign currency in the trial that is being carried out after his overthrow last April after months of protests.
In his statement during the complaint, Al Bashir said he had received $ 25 million from the crown crown prince, Mohamed Bin Salman, according to Reuters news witnesses in the courtroom.
Al Bashir, who ruled the country for three decades, was arrested by the military junta that orchestrated his departure from power.
The military announced its intention to judge him within national territory despite the fact that an arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide committed under his command in the Darfur region weighs on the former president.