Minister of Council of Ministers Affirms that Al Hawad Project is a National Project

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Minister of Council of Ministers Affirms that Al Hawad Project is a National Project

Minister of the Cabinet  president of Board of Directors of Alhawad Project Ahmad Saad Omet has affirmed today Monday April 1/2019 that Al Hawad Project  is not a state project but a National strategic project with an area of two millions four hundred thousand acres containing 600 fedans which is a land owned by the owners of historic entitlements 
The minister outlined that the administration  of the project has allocated an office in Shendi city from which the operations of legalizing the lands of the owners will be launched immediately after  approving the project bill
 He added that the project board of directors comprises the ministers of the economic sector and the governor of the central bank of Sudan , the river Nile State Governor ,a selected national expert along with representatives of land owners
The minister went on to say that a committee chaired by the minister of Justice has laid down the project bill and it was approved by the Cabinet and afterwards it was tabled before the parliament where it was passed in the first and second stages and it was expected that the National Assembly would look into its final approval the national assembly is to look into approving the  investment plan as well as the policies and mechanisms of the strategic partnerships inside the project particularly in the field of integration of the series of the productive and industrial value via the projects of wheat and animal resources belt ,empowering small scale producers and the programs of empowerment of the youths in leading agricultural  works
 
He said Al Hawad  is one of the national projects the state is working on launching them in the upcoming period like the project's of Wadi Almalil and Abu habit , Wadi Hot and other projects while no procedures were started for allocating any areas to any agency and the project is still in the phase of primary studies