In the name of God the most gracious the most merciful NATIONAL SUPREME COURT Criminal Circuit Before: Hashim Omer Abdullah Mohammed Babikir Mohamed Babikir Al Tinnay Hassan Ahmed Omer Musa Head Member Member Trial of Raufaeel Biniameen Timsaus & Others No.#/#/10 3/2016 JUDGMENT Dar Alsalam Criminal Court of First Instance- Omdurman Judiciary- Khartoum State, convicted the first accused/ Raufaeel Biniameen Timsaus and the second accused/ Mustafa Suliman Mohamed, the third accused/ Har Alnabi Anter Izirig, forth accused/ Bashir Yousif Bashir and the fifth accused/Amin Tagelsir under sections 21/149 of the Penal Code 1991 and sentenced them all to five years imprisonment, as of the date they were detained on 24/12/2015 and to be lashed (100) lashes (by way of Tazeer), and had also convicted the forth accused/ Bashir Yousif Bashir under Ss. 78/(1)(2) of the Penal Code 1991 and punished him with 40 lashes (by way of Hoddod) and 20 lashes (by way of Tazeer) in addition to the previous punishments. After that, Advocate/ Mr. Nooraldeen Abdullah Aashoora, submitted an application to review before the Court of Appeal on behalf of all the convicted persons. The Court considered the application and issued its judgment under No.: ##/902/2016 on 21/07/2016 and decided as follows: (1) Rejected the application. (2) Notify applicant. Now the mother of the forth convicted/ Bashir Yousif Bashir submitted a supplication requesting reduction of the judgment imposed on her son due to his family conditions as mentioned in the application. The mother of the second convicted/ Mustafa Suliman Mohamed, has also submitted a supplication requesting reduction of the judgment imposed on her son due to his family conditions as mentioned in the application. We would say, there is nothing called supplication in law and I decide to consider the applications pursuant to the review power provided for in S. 188 of the Criminal Procedures Act 1991, to ensure the soundness of the judgment and realization of justice and to order what we consider appropriate against all accused and not that of applicants only.