Khartoum 24/04/2018 – The Khartoum newspapers on Tuesday dealt with a number of internal issues, were the fuel crisis and the lack of transport is still at the top in the main headlines, focusing on the repercussions of the crisis and the announcement of the Ministry of Finance to the arrival of ships loaded with petroleum in Port Sudan, along with the end of visit for the Independent Expert on the situation of Human Rights in Sudan.
Altayar – For the third day in a row, Khartoum is experiencing a severe transport crisis because of the lack of fuel in most of the country’s cities. Altayar reported that a large number of citizens were forced to travel long distances on foot, while the Minister of State Finance Abdul Rahman Dhirar revealed that 5 ships loaded with fuel arrived at Port Sudan.
Aljareeda – The Independent Expert on the situation of Human Rights in Sudan, Aristide Nononsi, in a press conference held at the end of his visit to Sudan, demanded to end the unlawful arrests of women, and revealed the receipt of information on the security forces use of violence, intimidation and other forms of abuse to silence women across the country.
AlSudani – The Central Bank of Sudan transferred 5 million Dollars into the Ministry of Finance’s account and transferred $ 2 million to some embassies. According to information received by AlSudani, the amount given by the Central Bank to deal with the external issues amounted to 7 million Dollars in two days.
Alyoum Altali – “Arrangements in the Parliament to summon the Prime Minister” read the main headline, and quoted MPs in the parliament saying that they were calling on the Ministers Council for Bakri Hassan Saleh to stand forward and explain the economic situation in the country.