A leader of the Nujaifi Front: The Sudanese lived the suffering of the people and he is a suitable figure to manage the transitional period
12:15 - 14/12/2019
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Mashaan al-Jubouri, a prominent leader in the Salvation and Development Front headed by Osama al-Nujaifi, considered, on Saturday, that MP Muhammad Shi'a al-Sudani is an appropriate figure to manage the transitional period, stressing that he expressed his support for the popular demonstrations since its inception and condemned violence against it.
Al-Jubouri said in a post on his website in Fesok that I saw it (the information), “What distinguishes Muhammad Shi'a Al-Sudani from other political class who ran the country after 2003 is that he lived the suffering of the people during the stages of wars, siege and oppression and did not leave [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
opposed to what it means that he has no links or Obligations with the western, eastern, or Gulf intelligence services that were running the opposition abroad western.
He added, "And those who followed the performance of Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani during his administration of the Ministry of Industry observed that he worked to operate the stalled factories despite the deep state's attempts to impede his work and in the Ministry of Labor had a distinctive role in expanding the circle of those covered by social welfare and increasing the monthly aid allocated to them," noting that "The most important thing was not indicated by any corruption file."
Al-Jubouri continued, "(Al-Sudani) expressed his support for the peaceful popular revolution since its inception and condemned the violence against it," considering that he is "one of the appropriate personalities to manage a transitional stage because of his ability to stand at the same distance from all political forces and social components, and you must remember that For the sake of choosing only a person with the support of a parliamentary majority. " Ended / 25