23:27 - 09-25-2022
The candidate for the coordination framework to head the next government, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, announced, on Sunday, the priorities of the work of his next government, while indicating an agreement with the political blocs regarding the accountability and replacement of ministers.
Al-Sudani’s office said, in a statement on the sidelines of a meeting with a number of analysts, writers and journalists, that “the government program contained several files and included (23) axes, but the axes (electricity, health, municipal services and roads, anti-corruption) will have priority, and this falls within addressing the consequences of The difficult living and service conditions experienced by most citizens as a result of the rise in the price of the dollar and the economic downturn it caused, the negative impact of which has become clear, as well as the files of reviving agriculture and industry and addressing unemployment, in parallel with the political files.
He pointed out that "Sudanese has short, medium and long-term plans, which will work to secure services, improve living conditions and create job opportunities for graduates and youth, by supporting the private sector and working to activate economic sectors such as industry, agriculture, tourism, state control over imports, and strengthening and identifying aspects of fruitful spending, which will lead to It would create hundreds of thousands of jobs."
Al-Sudani explained to the guests that he "seeks to correct the course of the state and has agreed with the leaders of the blocs that he will exercise his constitutional powers to hold the minister accountable if he fails and replace him if necessary."
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