[size=36]The ministerial curriculum of the Sudanese government: holding early elections within a year[/size]
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Agency publishes, today, Thursday, the ministerial curriculum for the government of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, which included holding early elections within a year.
The ministerial curriculum, which was reviewed by Mawazine News, stated that "all political forces agreed on this curriculum," including "working to reform the economic, financial and service sectors."
The ministerial curriculum included emphasizing a number of main points, including: “addressing poverty and unemployment, combating financial and administrative corruption, addressing the electricity crisis, increasing the hours of preparing citizens, protecting the poor groups of society, combating unemployment, providing job opportunities, activating the role of investment authorities and promoting industry, accelerating the reconstruction of regions.” liberation, the completion of the file of the displaced, and the improvement of health services for citizens.
The ministerial curriculum also stressed on “improving the construction sector and municipal services, combating corruption and waste of public money, improving the increase and protection of agricultural production, improving the industrial sector and restoring confidence in the Iraqi product, developing the oil industry, restructuring the public budget and managing public money to reduce the pressure of consumer spending, and improving The quality and protection of telecommunications services and the development of the transport sector.
While he also stressed, “Achieving an educational system that is committed to values and provides learning opportunities for all with high quality, improve investment and expand its horizons, activate the tourism sector to diversify the country’s economy, adopt a population policy that keeps pace with changes in the demographic structure of the population, activate human rights issues and empower women, and strengthen Iraq’s sovereignty.” And protecting its interests, putting forward a vision and a project to solve the problems between the federal governments and the Kurdistan region, strengthening the foundations for rebuilding the military and security institution, a draft amendment to the Parliament’s election law, and holding early elections within a year.” Ended 29/M99