Khartoum 17/04/2018 – The main focus of the Khartoum press on Tuesday was on corruption, with the majority highlighting the statement made the Director General of State Security and Intelligence in Sudan, Salah Goosh, who threatened to strike corruption with an iron fist. In addition to the statement made by the Minister of Industry in the parliament yesterday, on the disappearance of a loan given by India worth 35 million Euros.
Almijhar Alsiyasiy – The Director General of State Security Salah Goosh, in Mellit of north Darfur, that all security forces will strike corruption with an iron fist in order to fight financial corruption in various institutions, stressing the need for the cooperation of citizens in providing information to the security forces.
Alintibaha – The Chairman of the Industrial and Trade Committee, Abdullah Masar, announced the disappearance of a loan from India, dedicated to the industrial sector, worth 35 million Euros. Saying during his speech in the parliament yesterday ” India has provided a loan worth 35 million Euros, but where has that loan disappeared to?”, adding the the loan was dedicated to the textile industry in the country.
AlSudani – The Minister of Industry has revealed before the parliament yesterday that 25 factories working on the production of gum Arabic have stopped operating due to the absence of policies encouraging production, in addition to a lack of strategic planning and an increase in fees, adding that current the return on the production of gum Arabic has amounted to 150 million dollars.