Sudan: Ministerial Amendment Value and Impact
Hatem Babeker Awad Al - Karim
Any observer who is not specialized in Sudanese affairs can enumerate the challenges surrounding the Sudanese state and the government. The fundamental question is whether the ministerial reshuffle is sufficient to address the economic deterioration witnessed by Sudan since the independence of the countries of southern Sudan. The withdrawal of southern Sudan from the administrative territory of Sudan brought with it the oil and trade between the two parts of Sudan, which led to a temporary recovery of the Sudanese economy in the past decade and did not touch the basic economic challenges, which remained in an understanding on a regular basis, making the former Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour complain to the Sudanese parliament ( National Council) the inability of the Sudanese state to pay the salaries of Doppolomasin and pay the rent of courses in the countries hosting the Sudanese embassies, which led to his removal from the ministerial position. The accelerated economic decline is the challenge facing the Sudanese government since the political Islam movement took power in June 30, 1989. The current trend has transformed the role and function of the state from the engine of political and socio-economic action to a coordinator. The free market policy and privatization of the public sector of the ruling class have been implemented. These policies have resulted in recovery after the extraction of pyrol and gold and the growing borrowing from China, which completely monopolized the Sudanese market. China has made Khartoum the base of expansion for its role in the African continent, which built China's first military base outside its territory in Jaboti. But that partnership did not have an impact on the structure of the Sudanese economy and leaders of the rich political officials through the commissions they made from the deals flawed and the economy, the environment, the Sudanese wealth and national resources.
Economic recovery and political recovery after the 2005 Permanent Peace Agreement was swallowed up by the ruling class. A recovery was achieved for the Sudanese economy, which quickly eroded the irrational inflation of the state apparatus, the vertical and horizontal expansion of the ruling political class and the adherence to the high-cost federal system for little influence. I am talking about the federal federal state, but just a political shake-up that does not exist on the ground. Rather, the pattern of governance is closer to the rule of the absolute individual. A government in which one individual decides when the ministerial reshuffle is not The absolute individual pile? The appointment of a prime minister outside the constitution without duties is not an individual government that decides what it wants by absolute constitutional orders. In fact, all the other ecclesiasties are just a failed makeup of the absolute power of the individual who created a political apparatus of loyalists who is more wasteful and does not add real value to production and services. The huge problem of the unemployed politicians who do not have the production and services of the citizen or the production of the state, the main problem suffered by the Sudanese state, the state's huge inflation and lack of efficiency and superstitious spending on him, The state apparatus and reduce its expenses as a value for him because it undoubtedly will not affect the life of the citizen.
The Cabinet reshuffles of the central government and the governors of the states - carried out by the President in the recent period, noting that every 4-6 there is a ministerial reshuffle by orders of the Presidency without objective reasons or new results in the formation based on the basis of loyalty rather than efficiency, the government is based on tribal and regional satisfactions Political and political Islam, which includes the Muslim Brotherhood, the nation and the two federations and ignores the many facts of diversity, as the ministerial amendments always tend to satisfy the outside more than the influence in the Sudanese national interior so it is formal and intrusive. The current amendment will not affect the collapsed economy nor the situation in Darfur, southern Blue Nile and the Nuba Mountains, ie it will not address the problems of war and peace and does not carry a renewable energy that addresses development issues and does not allow for the relaxation of Sudan's relations abroad, which is already predicated on the Security Council resolutions that referred the Sudanese case to the International Criminal Court Which consider war crimes, genocide and excessive use of state energy against the people. Sudan's foreign relations have become based on the rules of political extortion from the countries of the Arab-African region, the immediate neighbors of the Sudan and the Great Powers, The Sudanese nation is founded on criminal pressure on the ruler and the government.
The ministerial reshuffle will no doubt express the most loyal figures of the president and not the most efficient to save Sudan's economic and political conditions. The amendment does not have the capacity nor the capacity to save what can be saved from the wreckage of a state before the inevitable flood. The faces are very facetious and can say yes in logical and illogical terms. It does not have the ability to meet the challenges and threats. This type of government has contributed to applause and cheers, but it is not qualified to make a decision or overcome a crisis or resolve forms because it is the product of the forms and the effect of its effects. Let us expect a role in the production or influence in the exchange rate of the dollar against the national currency, which completely disappeared and no longer exist or influence.