Suhaila Al-Sultani, a member of the House of Representatives, released the specifics of the ministerial assessment report made by Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani today, Sunday, while verifying that the review has not yet reached the House of Representatives.
“The ministerial reshuffles are coming,” Al-Sultani said in an interview with the Maalouma Agency, “but the time has not yet been determined, given the many points that must be taken into account in the change,” adding that “the evaluation intended to be sent to the House of Representatives is still in the Prime Minister’s Office.”
“There are some large ministries where the evaluation has not yet been completed due to the many details and branches on which the ministerial evaluation is based,” she stated.
She continued that “The coming period will witness sending the report to Parliament in order to vote on the ministerial changes that will receive weak evaluations,” stating that “the results will be coordinated by the committee specializing in conducting the evaluation.”
Given the heavy legacy left by successive governments, most notably the previous Al-Kadhimi government, of working in the agency system rather than originality, and the continuation of some of the agents and directors for more than ten years, the Sudanese government had adopted the principle of comprehensive evaluation of the performance of ministers, their agents, and general directors as part of efforts to make changes consistent with its program. Years in the same job.