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National Alliance for the Restoration of Democracy
Welcome to the Home Page of the
National Alliance for the Restoration of Democracy in Sudan!
The National Alliance for Restoration of Democracy is a group of individuals who strive to encourage human rights in Sudan. The are non-partisan and support and cooperate with anyone who abides by human rights and any government that strives to protect human rights. The manifesto of the group can be found in the international human rights instruments to which the government of Sudan has become party.
Below are the three pillars of NARD's work. click on any of them to see more:
An Independent Judiciary and Legal Profession
NARD Activities and Statements and News
"Human Rights Defenders of NARD harrassed and repeatedly arrested for calling for return to democracy and respect for Human rights in Sudan"
Thursday, 18 November 1999. Human rights lawyer Ghazi Suleiman was arrested for the fifth time in 1999 by the government of Sudan for calling for a restoration of democracy in Sudan with full respect for the human rights that the government of Sudan has agreed to respect in international human rights treaties it has signed. The immediate reason for the last arrest was an attempt to hold a press conference with a live telephone link to John Garrang.
An unofficial English translation of the text of the Constitution can be found at this link: Unofficial English translation of the New Constitution of Sudan (1998)
You can e-mail the National Alliance for the Restoration of Democracy in Sudan with your comments, suggestions, advice, questions, or merely your words of support, by clicking on the e-mail address below or by sending your e-mail to email@example.com
Please be wary of any person or organization who claims to speak for the National Alliance for the Restoration of Democracy in Sudan. The National Alliance is a group of Sudanese open to all friends of Sudan. However, the National Alliance does not advocate violence or the violent overthrow of any government. Any organization that advocates violence in any form is opposed to the goals and values of NARD.
For links to other human rights defenders' pages click on the following: Links to other human rights defenders worldwide.
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