The Transitional Government ministers sworn-in Sunday 8th September 2019 as the first step followed the appointment of the Prime Minister Dr. Abdalla Hamdok who nominated the 20 ministers to run Sudan internal affairs as the new government to rule Sudan during the three years of Transitional period.
The nominated ministers took the oath before 1st Lt. Gen. Abdul Fattah Al Burhan, the chairperson of the Sovereign Council, Dr. Abdalla Hamdok , the Prime Minister in the presence of the chief Justice.
This is the first step towards rebuilding Sudan of December Revolution 2018 that ended a 30 years one party rule of the former regime. The new government will face many challenges topped by peace building, improving the economy, the living of the people, and before that rebuild trust between all components of the community.
The 20 ministers expected to set their plans and strategies for the coming three years of the transitional period which is considered a road map for government to rule Sudan after the elections scheduled after three years with the participation of all political parties.
Dr. Hamdok and his team of ministers are in a bad need to work in harmony to cross with Sudan to new wide horizons. This government will face lots of blocks in its long road of these three years, some people call for transparency, credibility in dealing with the current issues in Sudan. The road is not a silky road as some people believe in.
Peace building is a key for realizing stability, voluntary return of the displaced to their origins villages in Darfur, South Kordofan, and Blue Nile. Eastern Sudan that is still suffering from poverty, hunger and disease is waiting for the equality in development. There are some armed groups distributed in the Blue Nile, Kordofan, Eastern Sudan and Eritrea. The peace process should involve all the components of the different parts of Sudan.
These challenges represent the first test or practices for Hamdok’s Government, hoping the transitional will cross this bridge of these challenges peacefully. We are optimistic that this new government wills success in this critical severe exam. This new government is either you agree or disagree with its programs of rebuilding the destroyed economy, the solving of external debts issue, it high time to aware that Sudan.
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