Committee to arbitrarily the dismissed recommends the return of a number of the dismissed to Suna and the Livestock Bank

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Committee to arbitrarily the dismissed recommends the return of a number of the dismissed to Suna and the Livestock Bank

The Committee to consider cases of arbitrarily dismissed " from the National Civil Service meeting chaired by Mrs. Hanem Burhanuddin, the undersecretary of the Ministry of Labor and Social Development recommended today in the Cabinet to return the arbitrarily dismissed" from the Sudan News Agency (SUNA) and the Livestock Bank for those who 
are less than 65 years old ", and provided the Pension adjustment for those over that age.
 
Mr. Rashid Saeed Yaqoub, First Undersecretary of the Ministry of Culture and Information, the official spokesman of the committee, said that the meeting discussed a number of "related issues. The committee decided to return (18) of the dismissed ones" from the Livestock Bank out of (19) who were fired from the bank and improve the pension of one of the dismissed for the exceeding the retirement age
 
The committee also examined the case of those dismissed politically "from the Sudan News Agency (SUNA), and the committee decided to improve the pension of (5) of them because they exceeded the mandatory retirement age and decided to return (5) out of (8) who applied for re-service to the agency and did not exceed the age 65 years old 
 
The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Information indicated that these measures are an important step considering that the committee made the first recommendations to the Minister of Cabinet Affairs to return those dismissed to service
 
Indicating that "the committee will continue its work through three specialized sub-committees to accelerate the return of the dismissed to the service and improve the pension, as the case may be for those who will not be returned, in addition to specifying the job grades according to which they will return to the service. Rashid renewed Congratulations to the fired masses for this step conceder it as a good omen of the Sudanese glorious revolution