Sudan's acting interior minister sacked after central bank governor

The head of Sudan's autonomous council, Lt. Gen. Abdul Fattah al-Barhan, has removed several key officials from their posts under the new decree. On the orders of General Al-Bharan, the governor of the central bank, the interior minister and the police chief have been removed from their posts.

General Al-Bharan has removed Anan Hamid Muhammad Umar from the post of Director General of Police Forces and appointed Lt. Gen. Khalid Hassan Mohiuddin as DG of Police Forces.


Al-Barhan has dismissed Ambassador Abdul Moneim Usman Muhammad Ahmed Al-Baiti and Ambassador Haider Badawi Sadiq from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

He directed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and related authorities to implement this decision.

Yesterday, Sunday, the head of the Transitional Sovereignty Council of Sudan, Abdul Fattah al-Barhan, issued a decision to remove Hussain Yahya Jangul from the position of the governor of the Central Bank of Sudan and replaced him with Bari al-Sadiq Ali Ahmed as the new governor of the central bank. .

Al-Barhan directed the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning and the Bank of Sudan to implement the decision.

Earlier, the head of the Transitional Autonomy Council issued a decision to freeze the accounts of the Rapid Action Forces and its companies in all banks in Sudan and their branches abroad.

In a statement on the official Facebook account of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, the Chairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council and the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Lt. Gen. Abdul Fattah Al-Barhan, ordered the freezing of all assets of the rebel Rapid Action Forces.

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