- Today 15:07
Representative Baqir Al-Saadi, a member of the Parliamentary Services Committee, confirmed on Sunday that the Sudanese government succeeded in reviving half of the lagging projects in the country within 5 months.
Al-Saadi said in his speech to Al-Maalouma: “There are more than a thousand projects nationwide that have been left without work on them for many years for various reasons, causing the loss of millions of dinars daily due to the obsolescence and extinction of projects and the unsuitability of building materials.”
He added, "The Sudanese government succeeded in restoring half of these projects after extensive study within 5 months, and it is currently working to complete the remaining projects, which cost the country's treasury hundreds of billions of dinars."
He pointed out that "leaving projects for 12 years without completion was a mistake, and that the government set priorities for restoring the projects and approved a 3-year budget that will give high flexibility in providing funds to complete them."
Most of the country's governorates [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] been struggling with these strategic projects in the sectors of education, health, industry and other services for many years, despite significant spending on initial completion rates. Ended / 25 F