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【緊急要請】スーダン:2人の女性に石打による死刑を宣告

2007/03/12

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スーダンで2人の女性が「姦通罪」に問われ、石打による死刑判決を受けました。緊急に介入が必要です。

スーダン共和国大使館
Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan in Japan
〒100-0014 千代田区永田町2丁目17-8 千代田ハウス7階
電話:03-3506-7801、03-3506-7802
FAX:03-3506-7804
特命全権大使:スティーブン・キリオナ・ウォンドゥ 閣下
His Excellency Mr. Steven Kiliona WONDU

詳細以下。
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Case SDN 090307.VAW
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
Sentencing to death by stoning of two women on adultery charges

Geneva, 9 March 2007.

The International Secretariat of the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT) requests your URGENT intervention in the following situation in Sudan.

Brief description of the situation:

The International Secretariat of OMCT has been informed by the Sudan Organisation Against Torture (SOAT), a member of the OMCT network, of the recent sentencing to death by stoning of two women by the criminal court of Al-Azazi, Managil province, Gazeera state.

According to the information received, the court headed by Judge Hatim
Abdurrahman Mohamed Hasan sentenced to death by stoning Ms. Amouna
Abdallah Daldoum (23 years old) and Ms. Sadia Idries Fadul (22 years
old from Tama tribe, Darfur), on 6 March 2007 and 13 February 2007
respectively, for committing adultery. The two women were charged under
article 146 (a) of Sudan’s 1991 Penal Code, which states that
“whoever commits the offence of adultery shall be punished with: a)
execution by stoning when the offender is married (Muhsan); b) one
hundred lashes when the offender is not married (non-muhsan).”

It has been reported that Ms. Sadia Idries Fadul does not fully understand Arabic, the language used in Court, and that the man questioned in her case was discharged after denying adultery and due to lack of evidence.

Both women sentenced have appealed against the judgment.

OMCT expresses its grave concern for the physical and psychological integrity of the two women and recalls that the Government of Sudan, as a party to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, must protect the right of every individual to life, liberty and security by law and to adopt all appropriate measures, including legislation, to modify and abolish existing law regulations, customs and practices that constitute discrimination against women and/or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.

Action requested:

Please write to the authorities in Sudan urging them to:

i. Guarantee the physical and psychological integrity of Ms. Amouna Abdallah Daldoum and Ms. Sadia Idries Fadul;

ii. Immediately repeal the death sentences passed on Ms. Amouna Abdallah Daldoum and Ms. Sadia Idries Fadul;

iii. Ensure they are given a prompt and fair appeal trial in which their procedural rights are guaranteed at all times;

iv. Ensure women and girls the right to be free from discrimination, including violence, in line with the international laws and standards;

v. Guarantee the respect of human rights and the fundamental freedoms throughout the country in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards, such as the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, to which Sudan is a State Party since 1986.

Addresses:

・ His Excellency Omar Hassan al-Bashir, President of the Republic of Sudan, Presidential Palace, PO Box 281, Khartoum, Sudan, Fax: +249 183 783 223/ +249 183 771 651/ +249 183 787 676

・ His Excellency Salva Kiir Mayardit, First Vice-President, People’s Palace, PO Box 281, Khartoum, Sudan, Fax: + 249 11 779977 / + 249 11 771025

・ His Excellency Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, Vice-President, People’s Palace, PO Box 281, Khartoum, Sudan, Fax: + 249 183 77 10 25

・ Mr Ali Mohamed Ali al-Mardi, Minister of Justice, Ministry of Justice, Khartoum, Sudan, Fax: + 249 183 78 07 96/ +249 183 770883

・ Mr Lam Akol Ajawin, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs/External Relations, PO Box 873, Khartoum, Sudan, Fax: + 249 183 77 93 83

・ Mr. Al Zubeir Beshir Taha, Minister of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Interior, PO Box 873, Khartoum, Sudan, Fax: +249 183 77 9383/ 4339/ 6554

・ Dr Abdelmuneim Osman Mohamed Taha, Rapporteur, Advisory Council for Human Rights, PO Box 302, Khartoum, Sudan, Fax: +249 183 77 08 83, E-mail: human_rights_sudan@hotmail.com

・ His Excellency Ambassador Mr. Mohamed Elhassan Ahmed Elhaj, Permanent Mission of the Republic of Sudan to the United Nations in Geneva, Avenue Blanc 47, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland, Tel: +41 22 731 26 63, Fax: +41 22 731 26 56, Email: mission.sudan@bluewin.ch, mission.sudan@ties.itu.int

・ The Embassy of Sudan in Brussels, Mr. Ali Yousif Ahmed, Av. F.D. Roosevelt, 124, 1050 Brussels, Belgium. Tel.: + 32 2 647 51 59 / 94 94, Fax: + 32 (2) 648 34 99, Email: sudanbx@yahoo.com

Please also write to the embassies of Sudan in your respective country.

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Geneva, 9 March 2007.

Kindly inform us of any action undertaken quoting the code of this appeal in your reply.

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