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    With the completion of its first year approaching, amendments affect 5 ministers in the Sudanese gov

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    With the completion of its first year approaching, amendments affect 5 ministers in the Sudanese gov Empty With the completion of its first year approaching, amendments affect 5 ministers in the Sudanese gov

    Post by Rocky Wed 11 Oct 2023, 6:47 am

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    [size=52]With the completion of its first year approaching, amendments affect 5 ministers in the Sudanese government[/size]
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    At a time when the government of Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani is approaching the completion of its one-year formation, several statements have been issued by several parties regarding an upcoming ministerial reshuffle in which more than five ministers may be ousted.
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    Talk began about Sudanese's intention to carry out the cabinet reshuffle that he pledged during the first days of forming his government, including incompetent ministers and governors.
    The Prime Minister, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, made a series of changes and amendments to positions in various ministries. Amid popular and political fear of some political blocs exerting pressure on him.
    Today, Tuesday, the spokesman for the State of Law coalition, MP Aqeel Al-Fatlawi, explained the reason for the delay in carrying out the ministerial reshuffle by Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani.

    Al-Fatlawi said in a statement to Al-Maalouma, “The political forces have no objection to what Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani sees as replacing corrupt or incompetent ministers,” pointing out that “the delay in announcing the results of the evaluation committees formed by the Council of Ministers to evaluate ministers and governors is due to The economic challenges facing the government.
    He added that "there is nothing official about the ministerial reshuffle," stressing that "the ministerial reshuffle will include 5 ministerial portfolios." 
    He pointed out that "the replacement will include incompetent ministers, as so far no signs of corruption have been detected in the ministries."
    In addition, the leader of the Fatah Alliance, Jabbar Odeh, confirmed that the change was postponed until after the December elections.
    Odeh said in an interview with Al-Maalouma, “Several circumstances are pushing Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani to postpone his next ministerial change until after the provincial council elections scheduled to be held on December 18.”

    He added, "The plans for changes in general directors are continuing on track according to the principle of comprehensive evaluation, stressing that" we have not observed any rejection or objection by any political bloc to the recent changes.
    He pointed out that "the improvement in the performance of some ministerial cabinets requires the Prime Minister to make ministerial amendments in order to advance the government program."
    The Sudanese government has adopted the principle of comprehensive evaluation of the performance of ministers, their deputies, and general directors as part of efforts to make changes consistent with its program.
    It is noteworthy that the government evaluation committees, which were formed by Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, presented their results for evaluating the performance of officials, including ministers, deputy ministers, and general directors, to the Prime Minister, with their recommendations for replacing or dismissing them. Ended / 25 AD
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