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    State of law: The government is considering reducing dollar prices in the coming months

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    Post by Rocky Wed 22 Feb 2023, 4:52 am

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    The representative of the State of Law, Muhammad Al-Shammari, confirmed today, Tuesday, that the government is looking to reduce the price of the dollar in the coming months in the event of stability in the markets, while indicating that the forces of the coordination framework do not want to create differences and crises with all the political blocs participating in forming the government.


    Al-Shammari said, in his interview with the program (Twenty) broadcast by Alsumaria TV, that "the region demanded the Sudanese to pass the oil and gas law since his first visits and before he assumed the position of prime minister," noting that "all the blocs agree to pass the law because it contains a comprehensive and beneficial benefit for all." ".






    He added, "The coordination framework does not want to create differences with the political blocs participating in the government,
    and everyone takes into account the public interest," noting that "the matter of following up the export of oil in the region imposes itself as a foregone conclusion because the government in the region needs the center and vice versa."

    And he continued: "The region needs a radical solution to the problems that most citizens suffer from there," explaining that "one of the reasons for the delay in approving the budget law is the percentage of the region in it, and there are differences between the Kurdish parties regarding job grades and entitlements."

    Regarding dollar prices, Al-Shammari stressed that "the government is looking to reduce dollar prices in the coming months in the event of market stability," noting that "one of the government's priorities is to return dollar prices to their previous state."

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