Khartoum Governor: Impact of Economic Measures Temporary
Khartoum – Governor of Khartoum, Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Khidir said that the State knows the burden and impact of recent economic measures on the lives of citizens, pointing out that they rely too much on what said by the economists that the negative impact of the said decisions would be temporary, indicating that it is inevitable until the economy recovers and returns to normal.
Khartoum Governor expected, during his speech after the opening of Al-Sayeda Zainab, Al-Jiraif West, expected that the decision on sugar liberation, in addition to large quantities to be imported, to contribute in increasing the amount of sugar, adding that the market mechanism will determine its price, reiterating their commitment to distribute sugar quota by the old price before the month of Ramadan, affirming the popular committees would not be allowed to trade with said commodity.
Al-Khidir praised the philanthropists, who contributed to the building of mosques, top of them Al-Birair family, who constructed dozens of mosques, praising the work done by Al-Sayeda Al-Raiah Al-Amin , wife of businessman Murtada Mohamed Ahmed Al-Birair.
Dr. Abdul Malik Al-Birair spoke on behalf of the family, stressing that the family made a pledge to press ahead with the building of mosques and the expansion of capital projects to provide more employment opportunities to the people of Sudan.
By SUNA, 23/06/2012