SUDAN’S RULING PARTY URGED TO GIVE ROOM TO OTHERS IN NATIONAL DIALOGUE TO PLAY THEIR ROLES
KHARTOUM, April 4 (NNN-SUNA) -- Sudan's First Vice-President and Prime Minister, Lieutenant-General Bakri Hassan Salih, has called on the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) to give room to other political parties engaged in the national dialogue process to play their parts in the country's executive and legislative bodies.
"We are serious to present requirements of achievement of the first big political project which has been agreed by the people of Sudan," he said when addressing an NCP refresher conference in Atbara town in Nehr-al-Neil State, on Monday.
He affirmed the commitment of the NCP to implement the documents from the national dialogue, referring to the appointment of a prime minister as stipulated in the dialogue recommendations.
Bakri announced that the coming days would witness the formation of a government of national accord and determination of tasks, at the top of which are improving the lives of the of people, imposing the State authority, achievement of justice, and increase of production and productivity.
Gen. Bakri said the economic issue was a top priority and that increases of production and productivity and improvement of people's lives represented the first challenge for the Government.
He also stressed the support of the Presidency of the Republic for all projects of Nehr-al-Neil State and its resolve to address issues of people affected by the construction of dams in the state. He commended Nehr-al-Neil State for its considerable contribution to development and service programmes.
The Wali (governor) of Nehr-al-Neil State, Hatim Al-Waseela, reviewed his State government's efforts in the field of development and stressed the State's support to Sudan's economy through agricultural production.
Source: NAM News Network