Editorial: State's Restructure .. Precautions and Intersections!
According to NCP leading figure, lifting of subsidy on petrol products would put the Sudanese economy on the right track.
The issue of lifting subsidy from fuel will remain in suspension until the state is restructured and government expenditure is cut
However, Sudanese people would cope with the state's restructures which are intended to cut government spending and increase production to tackle economic challenges.
Sudanese people of all walks are waiting for the state's restructure as an inherent procedure to lifting subsidy from fuel.
Some believe that the restructure decision will not considerably affect the government spending cut while others see that it has its positive and great effect.
Notwithstanding, the moral yield in reducing the government institutions expenses will overwhelm all peoples' sectors which are shouldering gross burden.
The talk over government restructure raises questions and draws attention to a number of caveats.
On top of those caveats is that the restructure might lead to giving up the principle of expanding the power share in what is called the broad-based government.
It is also assumed that the restructure might become an approach for expanding the participation circle through involving effective forces which are out of the participation on top of which is National Umma Party.
The difficult formula will be reconciliation between reduction of constitutional post holders’ number and at the same time maintaining the broad participation in the government institutions.
The power share became an immutable right in all the regions of the country, so the restructure of the state should consider implementing it in balanced and just manner.
Last but not least, the restructure should not be an approach for political wrangling, and this necessitates transparent talk with all the political forces in the government to make the reduction in the positions voluntary without any furious political reactions.
By Sudan Vision, 13/06/2012