Sudan: Possible prisoners of conscience / fear of torture
Ezekiel Kodi, former regional minister; Joshua Dau Diu, former civil servant; Kwai Malak, teacher: Amnesty International has received reports that the three men named above were arrested in early February 1997 and are being detained without charge or trial in Khartoum. They are friends and political allies of Abel Alier, a former Vice-President of Sudan, who sent a memorandum of protest about political conditions on 2 February to the President and the Speaker of the National Assembly. Amnesty International fears that they may be prisoners of conscience at risk of torture and ill-treatment.
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