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Sudan reveals new cabinet amidst recent peace agreements

Khartoum


Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has announced a new cabinet, featuring seven ex-rebel chiefs as ministers, following a peace deal in October aimed to end decades of war.


The reshuffle comes as Hamdok struggles to push through reforms and secure foreign financing seen as crucial to easing a deep economic crisis and bolstering Sudan’s transition to democracy.

The cabinet is as follows:


Khaled Omar - Ministry of Cabinet Affairs


Yassin Ibrahim — Ministry of Defense


Ezzedine Sheikh - Ministry of Interior


Mariam Al-Sadiq - Ministry of Foreign


Nasr El Din Abdel Bari - Ministry of Justice


Buthaina Dinar- Ministry of Federal Government


Jibril Ibrahim- Ministry of Finance


Ismail Harby - Ministry of Agriculture


Ali Deby - Ministry of Trade and International Cooperation


Ibrahim Al Sheikh- Ministry of Industry


Jadeen Obaid- Ministry of Energy and Oil


Mohammed Abu Nemou- Ministry of Minerals


Yasser Abbas- Ministry of Irrigation


Hafez Ibrahim — Ministry of Animal Revolution


Mergni Mousa - Ministry of Transport


Abdullah - Yahya - Ministry of Urban Development


Mohannad According to the Prophet - Ministry of Communications


Al-Hadi Ibrahim — Ministry of Investment


Triumph Small — Ministry of Higher Education


Omar Al Najib- Ministry of Health


Tayseer Al Nawarni - Ministry


Motasim Ahmed- Ministry of Social Development


Nasreddin Mufareh- Ministry of Awqaf and Religious Affairs


Hamza Baloul- Ministry of Information


Yousef Adam Al-Dai - Ministry of Youth and Sports

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