11 March 2018

Sudan: Bakri Briefed On Progress of Implementation of Agricultural and Animal Production Professionals Law

Khartoum — The First Vice-President of the Republic and National Prime Minister, Lt. Gen Bakri Hassan Salih was informed on progress of application of the Agricultural and Animal Production Professionals Law and registration of agricultural and animal production societies.

This came when the First Vice-President met at the Council of Ministers with the Committee in charge of enforcement of the law , which is chaired by the State Minister for Justice , Tahani Tor-Al-Dabba in presence of Minister of Cabinet Affairs, Ahmed Saad Omer.

Tor-al-Dabba said in press statements that the Committee has finalized registration of agricultural and animal production societies in Gezira, Al-Suki, and Al-Rahad schemes, disclosing that the amendments would be referred to the Council of Ministers for approval.

She added that the First Vice-President has gave directive for making coordination between Ministries of Agriculture and Animal Resources and other concerned bodies to establish model agricultural and animal production societies.


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