Hadi Al-Salami, a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, confirmed today, Tuesday, that Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani violated the law and the constitution by appointing Ali Al-Alaq as Governor of the Central Bank, indicating that Al-Alaq was negligent in his work and unable to find solutions to the dollar crisis.
Al-Salami said in a statement to “Al-Mutalaa” Agency, “When the Governor of the Central Bank, Ali Al-Alaq, was appointed to the position by Prime Minister Muhammad Al-Sudani by proxy and not in person, for a period of 6 months, knowing that this period had passed, he did not issue a new order to him or remove him from the position and appoint another person.” “.
He went on to say, “In this case, the Sudanese committed a legal and constitutional violation,” and pointed out that “the request he submitted to host the Sudanese in the House of Representatives has not yet had a date set.”
“The bank governor did not perform the task he was assigned to, and he was negligent in his work,” he stated. The currency and its high pricing had a severe impact on the populace, and he was unable to find answers.”