Committee to arbitrarily dismiss cases issues a number of recommendations for the return of the dismissed to service

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Committee to arbitrarily dismiss cases issues a number of recommendations for the return of the dismissed to service

The Committee to consider cases of arbitrarily dismissed persons from the National Civil Service held its meeting No. 12 in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers headed by Mrs. Hanem Burhanuddin, the undersecretary of the Ministry of Labor and Social Development
 
The First Undersecretary of the Ministry of Culture and Information, and the official spokesperson for the committee Mr. Rashid Saeed Yaqoub, explained that the committee discussed the reports of the sub-committees and issued a number of recommendations that will be submitted to the Minister of Cabinet Affairs for approval
 
Rashid Pointing out that the committee discussed the file of the Sudanese radio, where it received (197) forms from the radio, where the committee decided to return (108) of employees to service, (10) requests were rejected because the dismissal was due to absence, improvement the pensions of (46) workers after raising Their grades similar to their colleagues, the committee also decided to re-examine (4) files, and raise the grades of (27) of the workers who had previously been returned to the radio
 
With regard to Atbara Radio and Television, Rashid said that the committee received (14) forms, (4) were returned to the service after raising their grades similar to their colleagues, while improving the pensions of (10) of the applicants were approved either because they did not wish to return or because they exceeded the age of The pension
 
Rashid also stated that the committee discussed Wadmadni radio and television files, as the committee received (27) forms, the committee approved raising the degrees of (12) previously returned to service and improving pensions of (15) who do not wish to return or exceed the age of pension, indicating that the committee received (99) (files from those dismissed on national TV who are less than the age of the pension (3) of them chose the optional pension and the committee excluded their requests and decided to review one of the files and re-examine it, and also decided to return (66) of the applicants to the service similar to their colleagues (24) of them do not want to return to service and was excluded One application because the applicant is a citizen of the South State
 
The committee spokesperson pointed out that the committee also examined the files of the Ministry of Culture and Information, where it received (117) forms, which decided to return (24) dismissed and re-examination of requests (2) from the applicants, explaining that (40) of them do not want to return, so it was decided to improve their pensions after raising their job levels similar to With their colleagues, indicating that there are (12) of them who were previously returned to service, their grades will be raised to join their colleagues, indicating that (40) of the applicants are over the age of the pension and thus it is decided to improve their pensions
 
The spokesperson for the committee said that the committee discussed the file of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and approved the recommendations made by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in returning (10) diplomats and placing them in their service.
The committee also decided to return (13) of the administrators of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and attach them to their counterparts, and that there are (2) of these (13) it was decided to adopt a time-constraining rule in determining their job grades because they do not belong to a specific group
 
Rashid Saeed said that the committee amended at its meeting today the recommendation of the dismissed of the National Fund for Pensions and Social Insurance and decided to return (124) dismissed to service and improve pensions of (43) after raising their grads similar to their colleagues
Rashid noted that the committee discussed the files of three institutions affiliated with the Ministry of Culture and Information, which are the General Organization for Printing and Publishing, the Media House for Printing and the Culture House for Printing.
Noting that the committee decided to postpone taking decisions on it until the consideration of the status of those who will be returned, given that these institutions no longer exist and were dissolved
The spokesperson for the committee announced that the committee will continue to study more requests next week and submit its recommendations to the Minister of Cabinet Affairs for approval