Ex- Sudanese Prime minister Alsadig Almahdi, is facing charges that could lead to a death penalty over alleged treason, the defense committee said.The head of the defense Kamal El Jizouli told the APA on Monday that the prosecution has decided to add two criminal charges to the already four charges against Almahdi last week.
Eljizouli who accompanied El Mahdi to Kober prison, warned that the two charges could lead to a death penalty.
Article 50 of the Criminal Code, referring to undermining the constitutional order, with a punishment that includes the death penalty, and article 63, which refers to the call for violently opposing public authority the lawyer explained.
Meanwhile Almahdi’s supporters have suspended the national dialogue with the ruling national congress Party (NCP), declaring that they will go to the streets to demonstrate until they bring down the government.
( Courtesy APA & AGENCIES …… Source …….. Our Freelance Contributor in Dakar)