On Wednesday, Ali Turki, a Sadiqoun group member, ruled off a cabinet overhaul this year, citing conditions that do not enable Sudanese to move with government changes.
“The circumstances confronting the Sudanese government in the Iraqi arena are numerous, including the Kirkuk crisis, drought, and other hot and necessary files that prevent the cabinet reshuffle at this time,” Turki said in a statement to Al-Maalouma.
He went on to say, “Some political forces are still trying to put the stick in front of the wheel of implementing the government program because they felt popular satisfaction with the Sudanese service government by proposing early elections and other desperate attempts.”
“These forces do not want the Sudanese to continue implementing the government service program,” he said, “because success is counted in favor of the coordination framework forces.”
Turki stated that “the current ministerial cabinet will continue its work until the end of this year at the very least.”
Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, the Prime Minister, is making a number of modifications and revisions to posts in several ministries. As a result of public and political worry that some political blocs are putting pressure on him.