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After Hamdok’s resignation, these are the most prominent names circulating to succeed him

The biography reveals all the names that one of them can head the government – and none of them is the name of any woman – whose owners are more than sixty years old.

Khartoum – Abdullah Hamdouk, by his resignation from the presidency of the government – which he presented to the Sudanese people through a speech broadcast on state television on the 1st of January – ended the controversy over the need for the Sovereignty Council to search for an independent figure who finds acceptance from all parties to assume the high position. In his speech to senior army officers yesterday, Monday, Chairman of the Sovereignty Council Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan stressed the need to form an independent government with limited tasks with the consensus of all Sudanese.

The United States of America stressed ensuring the continuation of civilian rule, and the Office of African Affairs of the American State Department called on the Sudanese to agree and put aside differences, one of the demands that prompted Hamdok to resolve the matter of his resignation.

The committee that the Sovereignty Council decided to establish to consider forming an independent caretaker government headed by members of the Sovereign Council, Yasser Al-Atta and Malik Agar, according to Al-Jazeera sources, will find on its table several names nominated to head the expected government. Most of those names had been nominated to take over the position after the procedures of last October 25 and the announcement by Al-Burhan of dissolving the government and placing Hamdok under house arrest before returning to his position with a political agreement on last November 21.

Hamid Al-Bashir Ibrahim worked as a consultant for international organizations in the areas of development and as the governor of South Kordofan State (communication sites)

The biography of all the names that one of them can assume the prime ministership – and none of them is the name of any woman – whose owners are over the sixth decade of life, and the oldest of them is Professor “Hinud Abi Kadouf”, born in 1944, and the youngest is Dr. Muhammad Hussein Suleiman Abu Saleh, born in 1944. 1960. All names received doctorate degrees in various disciplines, including law, economics, development, strategic planning, and engineering. In addition, some of them worked in important positions during the rule of President Omar al-Bashir before his ouster in April 2019.

The last names that rose strongly after Hamdok’s resignation, and were not among the names nominated before his return as prime minister, is Dr. Hamid Al-Bashir Ibrahim, born in South Kordofan in 1956, and his biography is full of academic achievements, as he obtained a doctorate in the field of development and planning from a university. Connecticut, the United States, and has long experience working as a consultant for international organizations in the areas of development, where he concluded in 2019 as a special advisor to the UNICEF Regional Office for North Africa and the Middle East, by appointing him as governor of South Kordofan State in August 2020, which is closer to the National Umma Party.

Professor Hunud Abia Kadouf #twitter 8A%D8%A3%D8%A%D8%A%D8%A%D8%A%D8%A%D8%A%D8%A8% %AF%B1%D8%A%D8%A7%D8%D8%A8%D8%B3%D8%B1%D8%A6%D8%A7%D8%B3%D8%A93% D8%A7/Hindi Abia Kadouf, his name emerged as a candidate for prime minister after the “October 25 procedures”, but he apologized for taking up the position, according to sources (Sudanese Press)

Among the names that were vigorously presented during Hamdok’s house arrest, was the name of Professor “Hinoud Abia Kadouf”, born in 1944 in the state of South Kordofan. He was appointed director of the International University of Africa in Khartoum after the December revolution. He holds a master’s degree and law from the University of London. He worked in the judiciary in Sudan up to the rank of an appeals judge. He also worked as a lecturer in Sudanese universities. He held the position of professor at Ahmed Ibrahim College of Law at the Islamic University of Malaysia, and was nominated by the Forces for Freedom and Change to take over the position of Minister. Justice in Hamdok’s first government. He nominated his name as Hamdok’s successor after the October 25 procedures, but – according to various sources – he apologized for taking the position.

Kamel IdrisKamel Idris held the position of Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization and was a member of the United Nations Commission on International Law (Al Jazeera)

The name of Dr. Kamil Idris has been on the political scene since he announced his candidacy for the presidential race in 2010, the elections that followed the Comprehensive Peace Agreement between the Sudanese government and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement led by John Garang in 2005. Kamil Idris’ name has emerged in recent months as one of the candidates to take over the presidency. Sudanese government.

Idris, born in the city of Omd Rumman in 1954, obtained a doctorate in law from the University of Geneva, and his biography is rich in the positions he held at the international level, as he was Director-General of the World Intellectual Property Organization, Secretary-General of the International Federation of New Plant Variations and a member of the United Nations Commission on International Law . His name emerged as a mediator between the Sudanese parties during the rule of Omar al-Bashir, but accusations against him while working as director of intellectual property forged his birth certificate to stay in his position, which his opponents considered a form of corruption.

External Relations Expert / Muhammad Husayn Abu SalihStrategic planning expert, Dr. Muhammad Hussein Abu Saleh, is one of the names nominated to take over the prime ministership (Al-Jazeera)

The youngest name to be nominated for the position of prime minister is Dr. Muhammad Hussein Suleiman Abu Salih, born in 1960, and holder of a doctorate in strategic planning. He worked in the field of strategic planning and was a member of many centers and institutions concerned with strategies in Sudan. He also worked as a consultant for many international non-governmental organizations. He held the position of Minister of Strategic Affairs and Information in Khartoum State during the rule of Al-Bashir, and was appointed in September 2019 as an advisor to the Governor of Khartoum for Strategic Affairs and Information.

Jibril Ibrahim, head of the Sudanese Justice and Equality MovementThe Minister of Finance, Dr. Jibril Ibrahim, was named despite the assurances of forming an independent government of competencies (Al-Jazeera)

Despite Al-Burhan’s affirmation of the formation of a government of independent competencies; The name of the leader of the Sudanese Justice and Equality Movement, Dr. Gabriel Ibrahim, born in Darfur in 1955, remained strongly displayed as Hamdok’s successor. He holds a doctorate in economics from Japan, and worked in various positions in the Justice and Equality Movement until he assumed its presidency after the assassination of its leader, his brother Khalil Ibrahim. He was appointed Minister of Finance in Hamdok’s second government within the Revolutionary Front’s share included in the Juba Agreement 2020 between the government and the Front.

Mudawi Ibrahim, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Khartoum .. Al Jazeera NetProfessor of mechanical engineering and human rights activist Mudawi Ibrahim was recently named to head the government (communication sites)

Among the names that have been offered to occupy the position of prime minister in the past period is the professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Khartoum, Dr. Mudawi Ibrahim, born in North Kordofan State in 1958. He holds a doctorate in engineering and worked as a professor at the University of Khartoum. He founded the Sudan Social Development Organization “SUDO”, and received the first “Front line Defenders” award for human rights defenders and at risk in 2005, and was arrested and imprisoned for many periods during the rule of Omar al-Bashir.

Sudan's Finance Minister Ibrahim Elbadawi speaks during an interview with Reuters in KhartoumMinister of Finance in Hamdok’s first government, Dr. Ibrahim Al-Badawi, his name is back as a possible candidate this time to head the government (Reuters)

The name of the Minister of Finance in Hamdok’s first government, Dr. Ibrahim Al-Badawi, born in 1954, returned to the spotlight again after his dismissal from his position, this time as a candidate for prime minister. He holds a doctorate in economics and statistics from American universities, and worked as a university professor and director of the Economic Research Department at the Bank. The International Bank and several other positions in the bank, and Abdullah Hamdok chose him to take over the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning in his first government in September 2019 before dismissing him from his position in July 2020.



Reference-www.aljazeera.net

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