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on 2012/7/8 10:33:03

Open in new windowThe President of the Republic Omer Albashir has affirmed that the coming Constitution of the Country will reflect Islam and will take into consideration the rights of non-Muslims and that the National Committee for Making the Constitution will be comprised of all the political parties, sects and scholars . Addressing celebration marking the half of month of Shaban organized by Sufi sects in Khartoum North Saturday, Mr. President said the Sudanese people are able to overcome the hardships and the afflictions, stressing that the government was working hard to alleviate burdens of living from poor and vulnerable families. He commended the role of Sufi sects in disseminating the Islamic values in Sudan and their continuous support to the government.
The governor of Khartoum State Abdul-Rahman Al-Khidir announced that the State government will support every vulnerable family in the State with 100 Sudanese pounds as of the beginning of this month and efforts are being exerted for transporting students with half fare with beginning of the new school year. He added that Khartoum State has been providing people with subsidized consumption commodities since April for combating the soaring price and greediness of merchants.

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on 2012/7/8 10:29:07

Open in new windowThe Minister of Defense Gen. Abdul-Rahim Mohammed Hussein described the assassination of the Speaker of the South Kordofan State Legislative Council, Ibrahim Balandiya and his colleagues as strange and unfamiliar to the Sudanese community.
In a press conference he held at Khartoum Air Port upon return from Addis Ababa Saturday, the Minister said 'we strongly condemn this barbaric and unfamiliar act to the Sudanese community and politics and we urge the government, people and all the political forces to denounce this criminal and heinous act.

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on 2012/7/8 10:25:17

Open in new window The Assistant of the President of the Republic AbdulRahman Almahdi said that the voluntary activities help unifying ranks of the Sudanese community regardless of political or tribal affiliations. Addressing an honoring ceremony for outstanding students who scored high marks in the basic certificate and distribution of school uniforms for orphan students by the African Charity Organization for Maternity and Child Welfare (ACOMCW) , Mr. Almahdi added that the voluntary work targets all levels of the society regardless of their political or tribal affiliation. He hailed efforts of the (ACOMCW) in development of the society. He gave directives for the Central bank to consider the organization as an institution that deserves finance.

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on 2012/7/8 10:18:51

Open in new windowThe ministers of water in the Nile Basin States will meet early September in Rwanda to discuss challenges facing the Nile Basin Initiative due to suspension of activities by Sudan and Egypt in the initiative. Following his participation in the meeting of the Nile Basin's Ministers of Water Resources held in Kigali, Rwanda during 5-7 July, the Minister of Water Resources Seif-Eddin Hamad Abdullah has underlined keenness and unlimited support of Sudan to boost joint and inclusive cooperation among the countries of Nile Basin through their initiative to realize integrated and sustainable economic development and stability of the Nile Basin region. The minister added that Sudan came to the meeting with open mind to ensure commitment to cooperation with all countries of Nile Basin in integrated capacity to manage the Nile water for the interest of all the member countries.
He pointed out to the clear stance of Sudan on the activities of the Nile Basin Initiative during the meeting held in Addis Ababa. He explained that Sudan has remained over the past decades supporting cooperation continuously and it is one of the founders of the previous cooperation programs which crystallized through the Hydraulic projects for the period (1967-1992), the New Nile (1992-1998) and the Nile Basin Initiative, which was established in 1999.

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on 2012/7/8 10:10:00

Open in new windowDelegates started arriving in Alfashir, North Darfur state to take part in the Darfur People Conference on Tuesday. The Sudan Radio correspondent says that preparations were completed for the conference under the auspices of the First Vice President Ali Osman Taha. International mediators and organizations, national figures and sons of Darfur were invited to participate in the gathering.
In a statement to the Sudan radio, the state minister at the Cabinet Ahmed Fadl said that the conference will discuss priorities of the Doha peace document regarding distribution of wealth and power, security arrangements, reconciliation and voluntary return of the refugees and internally displaced people.

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