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Legislative Council aims to extend prestige of North Darfur

May 19 - 2016 EL FASHER
A boy sells fruit from a wheelbarrow in Abu Shouk camp for the displaced near El Fasher, capital of North Darfur (alamy.com)
A boy sells fruit from a wheelbarrow in Abu Shouk camp for the displaced near El Fasher, capital of North Darfur (alamy.com)

In its 13th session in El Fasher on Tuesday, the Legislative Council of North Darfur demanded the extension of the prestige of the state, deterring the outlaws, and developing a plan to protect the agricultural season.

The Legislative Council called on the authorities to put an end to the phenomenon of kidnapping for ransom, and banditry along the El Fasher- Kabkabiya road.

The Council also called for the activation of police centres in the state’s localities.

The Council also confirmed the scarcity and lack of strategic goods, and rise of prices for especially millet, sugar and flour, demanding an end to the rise in prices that has swept the markets.


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