Guide: Sudan Forum.com reported that on October 10, Kheiri Abdel Rahman, acting minister of the Ministry of Energy and Mining, stated that
Sudan Forum.com reported that on October 10, Kheiri Abdel Rahman, the acting minister of Sudan’s Ministry of Energy and Mining, stated that the Sudanese government is currently formulating a gasoline price liberalization policy and will soon announce the elimination of fuel subsidies. .
It is reported that the Sudan Transitional Government plans to replace the fuel subsidy policy that is currently considered to have improper distribution problems by providing direct economic relief to poor families. Earlier, Prime Minister Hamdock of the Transitional Government stated that although the left-wing groups in the "Force for Freedom and Change" in the ruling coalition strongly opposed the removal of fuel subsidies at the National Economic Conference, the government was still determined to implement the measure.