Leadership of SPLM-N Issues Directive for the Release of All SAF Prisoners of War

Posted: December 19, 2011 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan

Sudan Peoples’ Liberation Movement-North
The Office of the Official Spokesman
Press Statement

The Chairman of the Sudan Peoples’ Liberation Movement- North, Cde Malik Agar Ayer, has issued a directive to release all prisoners of war captured by SPLM-N forces, in keeping with the laws of war and international norms, as stipulated in the Geneva Protocols governing the treatment of prisoners of war. The Chairman has made this move with a humane conscience and an ethical stance  that is a cornerstone of the mores of the SPLM-N.

The Chairman has  directed concerned bodies and those charged with humanitarian work within SPLM-N to implement this order. They must begin the process of handing over Sudan Armed Forces prisoners of war to the International Committee of the Red Cross according to the recognised procedures.

The SPLM-N wishes to affirm that through political struggle and armed action, it is seeking to achieve humane ideals. The movement continues to work side by side with the forces of the Sudan Revolutionary Front to change the regime in Khartoum, in order to end the rule of the brutal and dictatorial regime that unceasingly violates the human rights of Sudanese citizens and perpetrates the most egregious crimes against its people. Such actions have placed its leaders at the top of the list of those wanted by the international justice system.

The Struggle Continues.
Our Victory is Certain.

Arnu Ngtullu Lodi
Official Spokesman
Sudan Peoples’ Liberation Movement- North
18th December 2011

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