CAIRO (AP) — A Sudanese courtroom says the trial of former President Omar al-Bashir on corruption and cash laundering costs will resume subsequent week.
The courtroom mentioned on Saturday that following testimony from witnesses, it can settle for the prosecutor’s request to attempt al-Bashir on costs of unlawful possession of overseas foreign money.
The courtroom rejected a request from al-Bashir’s protection attorneys for his launch on bail.
Authorities discovered hundreds of thousands in overseas and home foreign money stockpiled at al-Bashir’s dwelling after he was arrested in April.
The trial won’t embody costs regarding the killing of protesters in the course of the widespread rebellion that led to his navy ouster, ending al-Bashir’s three-decade rule.
Al-Bashir can be needed by the Worldwide Legal Courtroom on costs of conflict crimes and genocide linked to the Darfur battle within the 2000s.