(68,000) Sudanese migrants in the last ten months: Sudanese Working Abroad

(68,000) Sudanese migrants in the last ten months: Sudanese Working Abroad


11-18-2014, 02:27 PM


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Title: (68,000) Sudanese migrants in the last ten months: Sudanese Working Abroad
Author: SudaneseOnline News
Date: 11-18-2014, 02:27 PM


Khartoum-SudaneseOnline-Secretary-General of Sudanese Working Abroad (SSWA), Majid Suwar, disclosed on Monday that numbers of Sudanese migrants has risen during the last ten months to (68) migrants, adding that SSWA is keen to provide services to expatriates
“We don't look for Sudanese working abroad as a commodity or resource for money, but they are contributors of the development” he confirmed
In the same context, the social dialogue kicked off on Monday at the SSWA headquarters, as the head of the Supreme Council of Sudanese Communities abroad, Dr. Ibrahim Ahmed, said that the next period will see further meetings and dialogues at home and abroad amid Sudanese communities to inform and enlighten them about the national dialogue launched by Sudanese president in last January.
Many opposition leaders remain skeptical of the NCP’s promise to allow general freedoms despite the relative opening up of political space that saw a number of opposition parties being able to hold rallies without the usual harassment from authorities.

Khartoum-SudaneseOnline-Secretary-General of Sudanese Working Abroad (SSWA), Majid Suwar, disclosed on Monday that numbers of Sudanese migrants has risen during the last ten months to (68) migrants, adding that SSWA is keen to provide services to expatriates
“We don't look for Sudanese working abroad as a commodity or resource for money, but they are contributors of the development” he confirmed
In the same context, the social dialogue kicked off on Monday at the SSWA headquarters, as the head of the Supreme Council of Sudanese Communities abroad, Dr. Ibrahim Ahmed, said that the next period will see further meetings and dialogues at home and abroad amid Sudanese communities to inform and enlighten them about the national dialogue launched by Sudanese president in last January.
Many opposition leaders remain skeptical of the NCP’s promise to allow general freedoms despite the relative opening up of political space that saw a number of opposition parties being able to hold rallies without the usual harassment from authorities.