The Sudanese dictator Omar al-Bashir last week after thirty years of dictatorship, was deposited, is transferred to the Kobar prison in the capital, Khartoum.
Bashir was a week ago, deposed by the army, after four months of popular protest today against his regime. The 75-year-old dictator was initially placed under house arrest in his presidential palace, but is now transferred to the Kobar prison, reports Reuters. There he is guarded, and he sits apart from the other prisoners, according to a source in the prison. The Kobar prison is a maximum security place, where under the Bashir regime, many dissidents were detained and executed, know Belga.
A transitional government led by the army will take the next two years, the power. However, that is not to the liking of the population, which still continues to protest, and a quick transition to a civilian government demands.
The new strong man, minister of Defence, Awad Ibn Auf, closed last week that Bashir extradited to the International criminal Court in The Hague, that the Sudanese ex-president accused of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide in Darfur. A judge in Sudan to close he is not.
‘You, the people, will have to provide the solutions for all the economic and political problems’, said Ibn Auf then. “We have come to order and safety, to ensure the people the change where the longs can realize.’ But the demonstrators have no peace of mind.