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    MP: The Sudanese government inherited a difficult legacy of economic and financial challenges

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    Post by rocky Sun Dec 04, 2022 8:11 am

    MP: The Sudanese government inherited a difficult legacy of economic and financial challenges
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    On Sunday, a member of the House of Representatives, Raed al-Maliki, called on the government of Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani to present a clear vision of diversifying sources of income, eliminating unemployment, encouraging the private sector, and the return of domestic and foreign investment, while indicating that the government inherited a difficult legacy.
    Al-Maliki said: "The current government inherited a difficult legacy of economic and financial challenges," noting that "what is currently required of the government is to improve the standard of living, provide services, re-evaluate projects and activate the private sector."
    He added, "The Sudanese government is waiting for a package of economic and political reforms, especially with the continued increase in oil production and the improvement in its prices."
    Al-Maliki pointed out that "everyone hopes that the Sudanese government will be able to fulfill its obligations to move the economy forward, end the crisis of low level of services in the country, and work to employ the unemployed."
    The Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani, stressed the need for health infrastructure services projects to be among the priorities of the governorates' plans.

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