SUDAN, April 08 (YPA) – Many Sudanese parties, organizations and youth bodies on Wednesday issued statements denouncing and rejecting the cancellation of the law to boycott the occupied Israeli entity by the Sudanese Cabinet.
The Sudanese Council of Ministers announced in its regular meeting the abolition of the 1958 law boycotting the occupied Israeli entity, which has been in effect since the independence of Sudan.
This came after US pressure for full normalization with the occupying Israeli entity, taking advantage of the deteriorating economic situation in the country.
Many Sudanese parties hastened to reject this measure, and many youth organizations and bodies issued a statement rejecting the abolition of this law, affirming that they will continue to oppose all forms of normalization by various means.
The law abolishing the boycott of the occupied Israeli entity will be submitted to the joint session of the Sovereignty Council and the ministers for final approval.