A top Sudan official said on Tuesday that the international court (ICC) to hear war crimes charges, including the country's interim government and rebel group ex-president Omar-al-Bashir's death row in Dafur Has agreed to hand over Last year, the army overthrew Bashir in the midst of large scale demonstrations in the country.
The ICC is looking for him on charges of crimes and genocide against humanity related to the Darfur conflict. Bashir has been in prison in Khartoum, Sudan's capital, on charges of corruption and killing of demonstrators since he was ousted from power in April. Hasan al-Taishi, a member of the sovereign council and an official negotiator, said the council had agreed with rebel groups in Darfur to hand it over to those wanted by the ICC, so that they could face a lawsuit in The Hague. although, He did not mention Bashir's name.