Monthly Archives: August 2019

TMC and FFC pick new Chief Justice

The Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC) on “Tuesday” have agreed on Nemat Abdullah Khair as new Chief Justice during the transitional period, where she is expected to take the oath “Wednesday morning”.

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al-Bashir’s possession of money is criminal offence: lawyer

A Sudanese lawyer said that the money found in the possession of ousted President Omer al-Bashir was a criminal offence and he expected that it would be confiscated by the court. The ousted President who appeared in a courthouse in Khartoum on Monday is facing charges of corruption and money laundering. He told the court that he received 65 million ...

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Economic reform requires strong political will: Al-Badawi

The Economist Dr. Ibrahim Ahmed Al-Badawi has affirmed that the existence of strong political will and qualified economic staff are importance for the restructuring of the budget and fiscal policy as they are the most important entitlement in the framework of macroeconomic stabilization and supporting productive sectors through reducing the deficit and restructuring of the budget.  Dr. Al-Badawi pointed to ...

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