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    The Sudanese government raises the slogan of reform and fighting corruption

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    The Sudanese government raises the slogan of reform and fighting corruption Empty The Sudanese government raises the slogan of reform and fighting corruption

    Post by Rocky Thu Nov 03, 2022 5:31 am

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    Fighting corruption is the slogan that is raised with every government that is formed and the Sudanese are betting on the same slogan again. The Prime Minister promised to curb corruption and apply the law to the most powerful personalities, regardless of their political weight. Representatives confirmed that the slogan was actually implemented through a number of decisions taken by the Sudanese since taking office.


    Here, citizens are waiting for the promises they are accustomed to hear to be implemented and they hope for effective accountability for the convicted senior officials, at the same time optimism clouds a large number of them to achieve the dream of eliminating financial and administrative corruption in the country.





    The most prominent obstacle to the anti-corruption plan is the political cover granted to some of the implicated figures, and the difficulty of penetrating the wall imposed by some forces that benefit from figures convicted of corruption.
    Raising the slogan of reform and fighting corruption has become obligatory for every government that takes the helm, but it is no longer convincing unless it is implemented due to the citizen's lack of confidence in the government's repeated promises. Citizens demanded the government to fulfill its promises and not be like its predecessors.


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