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SudanAshraf Qazi, head of the United Nations Mission in the Sudan (UNMIS), today said in a statement that the Mission was concerned that the judicial process leading to the recent death sentences passed against 30 members of the Justice and Equality Movement may not have met international standards.According to information available to UNMIS, it would appear that the accused were only given access to lawyers after the trials began, and confessions were obtained while the accused were held incommunicado and in the absence of legal counsel. The court did not investigate allegations of ill treatment, as requested by defence counsel, through proper medical examinations.UNMIS recognizes the right and the responsibility of the Government to prosecute and sentence those who committed criminal offences in the context of the Omdurman attacks last 10 May. But it calls on the Government to ensure compliance of proceedings with international legal standards.