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Al Taghyeer this week: The Cabinet Formation while Intense Protests Overwhelms the country

At last, after 4 months of an intense push-pull amongst the Sudanese political scene components, the juba peace agreement cabinet is finally here, as all of the ministers were discharged except for the minister of justice Nasr Aldien Abdulbari, the minister of high education Intisar Saghairoun, and the minister of religion affairs Nasr Aldien Mufarrah while the ministry of education still on negotiations. It’s notable that the women representation remains the same, poor. Also, The prime minister Hamdok discharged his office staff and no further details were disclosed.

Meanwhile Gibreel Ibrahim as the new minister of finance on his first statement confirmed that he will spare no efforts to end the fuel, cooking gaz and the bread crisis soon and the former minister of finance Heba Mohammed denied that Sudan is receiving a 500 million grant.

On the other hand, Alburhan threw a speech via video conference at the israeli Summit for peaceful Coexistence where he praised the Sudanese students at Israel for attending the summit as they’re sending positive message to the world.

This week the protests overwhelmed the country in most of the western states where looting and sabotage cases were reported as many states declared a state of emergency like Sinnar, alDe’ien and alObaid.

The killing at the Sudanese-Ethiopian borders (Alfashga) hasn’t yet stopped as Sudan lost more soldiers due an ambush by the Ethiopian borders.

Alburhan threw a speech via video conference at the israeli Summit for peaceful Coexistence where he praised the Sudanese students at Israel for attending the summit as they’re sending positive message to the world.

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