Sudan: Christianity:Written question - 37572

Q
Asked by Mark Durkan
(Foyle)
Asked on: 19 May 2016
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Sudan: Christianity
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, if his Department will make representations to the government of Sudan on the arrests and daily reporting conditions imposed on at least six clergymen and two lay members from three church denominations in Khartoum since December 2015.
A
Answered by: James Duddridge
Answered on: 25 May 2016

Freedom of religion or belief in Sudan continues to be an area of concern for the UK. We have consistently called on the Government of Sudan to ensure all legislation is in line with the commitment to their citizens in the Interim Constitution of 2005; within which religious freedom is enshrined. Our Embassy in Khartoum raised the detention and requirement to report on a daily basis to the National Intelligence and Security Service, with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on 10 May.

Share this page