Others are encouragement of the private sector to increase its investments in projects which help in providing job opportunities and broadening the work markets and focus on realisation of growth and development specially in war affected areas.
To succeed, the government has directed all states, organisations and institutions to consider the institutional and political changes following the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA).
The agreement was signed in January 2005, between the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement and the ruling National Congress Party with Colonel John Garang signing on behalf of the SPLM while President Omar el-Bashir signed for the government.
Colonel Garang was killed in a plane crash last July and was replaced by his deputy, Mr Salva Kiir who is Sudan’s first vice-president.
Commenting on the agreement, the Finance and National Economy minister Alzubair Ahmed Alhassan said the financial and monetary authority in the federal government will work to implement the wealth-sharing part of the deal with transparency and credibility bearing in mind that the unity of Sudan “is the will and choice of all after the interim period.”
He added that the unity of the Sudan is the greatest challenge facing the economic activity in the future and it needs to maintain the economic stability of the country.
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