Sudan.. Al-Burhan names 15 ministers in the new government

The President of the Sudanese Sovereign Council issued Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, Thursday, a decision assigning 15 ministers to the new transitional government.

The council said in a statement that Al-Burhan issued a decision assigning a number of personalities to the tasks of ministers in the ministries, and they are as follows:

1- Othman Hussein Othman – Ministry of Cabinet Affairs
2- Ambassador Ali Al-Sadiq Ali – Ministry of Foreign Affairs
3- Abu Bakr Abu Al-Qasim Abdullah Abu Al-Qasim – Ministry of Urban Development, Roads and Bridges
4- Dr. Abu Bakr Omar Al-Bushra Ahmed – Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry
5- Batoul Abbas Allam Awad – Ministry of Industry
6- Amal Saleh Saad – Ministry of Trade and Supply
7- Muhammad Abdullah Mahmoud – Ministry of Energy and Oil
8- Engineer of Daw Al-Bait Abdul Rahman Mansour – Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources
9- Adel Hassan Mohamed Hussein – Ministry of Communications and Digital Transformation
10- Ahlam Madani Mahdi – Ministry of Investment and International Cooperation
11- Dr. Haitham Muhammad Ibrahim – Ministry of Health
12- Suad Al-Tayeb Hassan – Ministry of Labor and Administrative Reform
13- Abd al-Ati Ahmad Abbas – Ministry of Religious Affairs and Endowments
14- Dr. Graham Abdel Qader – Ministry of Culture and Information
15- Ayman Sayed Selim – Ministry of Youth and Sports.

From Khartoum (archive – AFP)

And earlier today, the US embassy in Khartoum announced, in a statement it published, that Washington will not resume its economic aid to Sudan, which was halted after the actions of Army Commander Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan on October 25, unless the violence is stopped and the civilian-led government returns.

In a statement regarding the visit of Assistant Secretary of State Molly V and Washington’s special envoy for the Horn of Africa, David Satterfield, to Sudan, the embassy said that the United States will consider taking measures to hold accountable those responsible for disrupting the political process in the country.

severe crisis

It is noteworthy that the country has plunged since last October 25 (2021) into a severe crisis after the armed forces dissolved the government and the former Sovereign Council, which prompted many civilian groups to demonstrate, calling for the non-participation of the military component in governance.

Despite Al-Burhan’s pledge to hold general elections in mid-2023, the demonstrations continued in protest of the settlement in which Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok agreed to return to his position on November 21, before returning and submitting his resignation in early January, stressing that he tried to find consensus, but failed.

But the calls for protest did not stop, insisting on the necessity of the military’s departure from power, even during the transitional period.

Since October, these demonstrations have resulted in nearly 60 deaths, according to the Sudan Doctors Committee.

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