The National Center for Peace and Development, in partnership with the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation and the Law Faculty of the University of Khartoum, organized a dialogue forum on Monday, October 30, 2017 at the Sharjah Hall on the Asset recovery , attended by a number of scholars and experts in law, economy, civil society organizations and the media. Assets Recovery and available channels for recovery provided by Dr. And a paper on the legal framework for the recovery of assets at the national level presented by Professor Ahmed Abdul Qader Ahmed of the Faculty of Law at the University of Khartoum and a final paper on the financial investigation and the prosecution of recovery of assets presented by Dr. Abu al-Qasim Mohammed Abu-Nur from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, University of Khartoum.
The majority of lecturers and attendees agreed that political will and determination were the means to recover looted funds and that the public freedoms society was immune to corruption and looting of public and private funds. The newspapers of the mainstream and the press reported in detail: “The Secretary-General To the National Center for Peace and Development Professor Al-Wathig Al-Berier that the recovery of looted and transferred funds abroad requires a great effort and procedures that may last for years and cut that creating a society free from corruption needs a joint work that promotes transparency of all kinds, And attributed the spread of corruption to the weakness of control and controls in dealing with public money and criticized the ineffectiveness of corruption prevention agencies and called for the amendment of the law of the Commission on corruption before its formation because it is weak and limited powers and called for their establishment through constitutional provisions and not a law to ensure its stability , Pointing out that what was recovered from the funds looted on the African continent does not exceed the barrier of 2% of the total money looted and attributed to the lack of political leadership. He pointed out that the Government of the Sudan does not enable other countries to recover assets located in its territory and considered the law against the rich and forbidden wealth is one of the tools of impunity and eat people’s money wrongly.
The Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Neelain Dr. Mohamed Al-Alam, that there is no legitimate source of the decomposition of the substance as currently applied, which he said was applied in a distorted manner and demanded to review and follow-up statements of disclosure to officials and not cornered by the Attorney General and felt that the commission of anti-corruption in accordance with the law passed by Parliament recently makes them worthless.