The Sudanese Students Union (SSN) launched at the Friendship Hall Monday a National Information Week during July 9-12 ended by the Vice-President of the Republic Al-Haj Adam.Addressing the inaugural session, Mr. Adam expressed support to the SSU's national projects. The SSU's Deputy Chairman, described the information project as outstanding phenomena while the chairman of the Sudanese Journalists Union (SJU) Mohi eddin Tetawi said the activities coincide the current political and economic situation in Sudan, calling on local mass media to play key role in confronting these challenges. The activities of the National Media Week will include exhibitions, conference on media issues, students' dialogue, competitions, broadcasting and TV programs.
The new Ministers and State Ministers who were appointed in the framework of restructuring the government have taken oath of office Monday at the Republican Palace before the President of the Republic Omer Albashir, in the presence of the Chief Justice Judge Jalal-Eddin Mohammed Osman and the Minister of Presidency Affairs Lt. Gen Bakri Hassan Salih, . The Ministers who have taken oath are the Minister of Culture and Information Ahmed Bilal, Minister of Guidance and Endowments Ghazi Al-Sadiq, Minister of Water resources and Electricity Osama Abdullah, Minister of Human Resources Development and Labor Ishraga Said Mahmoud , Minister for Tourism and Antiquities and wildlife, Mohammed Abdul Karim Al-Hidd, Minister of the Supreme Council of decentralized rule, Hassabo Mohamed Abdel-Rahman and Minister of Science and Communications Essa Bashari The State Ministers who have sworn in are the State Minister at the Ministry of Presidency Affairs Farah Mustafa, State Minister for Culture and Media Mustafa Ahmed Tirab, State Minister at the Ministry of Industry Abdul Wahid Ibrahim, State Minister at the Ministry of Oil, Faisal Hamad, State Minister at the Ministry of Water Resources and Electricity Thabita Botros, State Minister at the Ministry of Minerals, Siraj Ali Hamid, State Minister at the Ministry of Education, Adam Abdullah, State Minister at the Ministry of Environment and Forests and Urban Development, Mokhtar Abdul Karim Adam, State Minister Ministry of Science and Communication. Ms. Heba Mohammed Sadiq, State Minister at the Ministry of Human Resource Development and Labour Amna Dirar and State Minister at the Ministry of Human Resource Development and Labor, Ahmed Karmino
The Chairman of Darfur Regional Authority (DRA) Al-Tigani Sessi has met Monday at his office the General-Prosecutor of the special court for crimes in Darfur Yasir Ahmed Mohamed. Following his meeting with the chairperson of DRA, the judge said in a statement to the Sudan News Agency that he briefed Mr. Sessi, on duties, functions and powers in hearing the suits on crimes that had been committed since February 2003,representing in crimes against humanity , crimes of genocide , crimes relating to war and terrorism and all violations of the International humanitarian law He noted that he discussed with the chairman of DRA issues related to Darfur adding that he began to study and evaluate these issues to lay foundations of justice in Darfur region as a key basis for realizing peace in Darfur. He pointed out that the DRA‚Äôs chairman has praised efforts of Ministry of justice in working to realize the justice in Darfur , promising to harness all possibilities of the state to succeed task of the General-Prosecutor and to benefit from the firm inherent forensic in reconciliation and resolving more issues beside benefiting from the experiences of some countries that their communities are similar to those in Darfur region.
The Libyan Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Ashour bin Khayal will arrive in Khartoum today Tuesday in an official visit at the invitation of the Foreign Minister Ali Karti. The Libyan minister will hold talks with Karti on the bilateral relations and regional and international issues of mutual concern. The Libyan Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation would also meet the President of the Republic Omer Albashir to hand him a message from the Libyan leadership on means to consolidate the cooperation between the two countries in all fields.
President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir, yesterday issued Republican Decrees on amendment of structures of the federal ministries, which is based on cancellation and merger of number of ministries The decree included appointment of federal ministers in the federal government as follows:- Dr. Ahmed Bilal Osman, as the Minister of Culture and Information. Usama Abdallah Mohamed Al-Hassan, as the Minister of Water Resources and Electricity Dr. Ghazi Al-Saddiq Abdul Rahim; as Minister of Guidance and Endowments Isharaqa Sayed Mahmoud, as Minister of Labour and Human Resources Development Dr. Eissa Bashari Mohamed, as Minister of Science and Communications. Dr. Mohamed Abdul-Kareem Al-Hudd, as Minister of Tourism, Antiquities and Wildlife The President of the Republic has issued another Republican Decree appointing State Ministers in the federal Government as follows:- Dr. Farah Mustafa, as the State Minister at Ministry of Presidential Affairs. Mustafa Mohamed Ahmed Tairab, as State Minister at Ministry of Culture and Information Abdul-Wahid Yousif Ibrahim, as the State Minister at Ministry of Industry. Faisal Hamad Abdalla, as the State Minister at Ministry of Petroleum. Dr. Tabitha Boutros Shokaya, as the State Minister at Ministry of Water Resources and Electricity Suraj Ali Hamid, as the State Minister at Ministry of Mining. Adam Abdalla Al-Nour, as the State Minister at Ministry of General Education. Dr. Amina Mohamed Saleh Dhirar, as the State Minister at Ministry of Development of Human Resources and Labour. Ahmed Karmino Ahmed, as the State Minister at Ministry of Development of Human Resources and Labour Mukhtar Abdul-Kareem Adam, as the State Minister at Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Urban Development Hiba Mahmoud Saddiq Fareed, as the State Minister at Ministry of Sciences and Communications. The Federal Ministers are due to take oath before the President of the Republic today at the Republican Palace, while the State Ministers are to take oath in the same day