The coup authorities continues its flirtatious advances towards elements of the ousted regime of Omar al-Bashir.
A Sudanese court issued a decision to return real estate confiscated by the frozen Empowerment Removal Committee from Ali Osman Taha, Omar al-Bashir’s most prominent vice president, back to him.
The coup authorities has released prominent leaders in the former regime, liberated their frozen bank balances, and even returned some to their leadership positions in the civil service in what many consider to be preparations for an upcoming alliance between the military and the men of al-Bashir’s regime.
The court annulled decision no. 238 for the year 2020, which had confiscated two properties from Ali Othman in the Al-Jarif West and Riyadh regions in the Sudanese capital Khartoum.
It is worthy of mentioning that among the first decisions taken by the current government, after the coup d’etat, were the freezing of the Empowerment Removal Committee, and the prosecution and detention of its leaders.