Terrap denounces the closure of national roads as a means to achieve demands

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The expert in political affairs, Engineer Mahmoud Idris Terab, denounced the phenomenon of closing national roads as a means of achieving demands, stressing the danger of such practices on the lives of citizens, given that national roads are a lifeline for all Sudanese.

Terab pointed out, according to Al-Sayha newspaper, to the disastrous effects that these irresponsible actions cause on people’s livelihood, and noted the damage caused by the closure of the Khartoum-Port Sudan road, which was the lack of strategic goods in the center and the rest of the states.

He explained that the right to protest is guaranteed, but it should not cause harm to people, and added that the closure of the northern state’s artery to the north road in protest against the increase in electricity tariffs for agricultural projects, was a repetition of what the Supreme Council of Beja Opticals had done during the last period of closing the national road and the port of Port Sudan , in protest against the course of eastern Sudan included in the Juba Peace Agreement. Terrap called for exercising the right of peaceful expression and protest, without harming people’s interests and impeding their livelihoods.

The expert in political affairs appealed to those in charge of the authority in the country to listen to the demands of the citizens and work to address their problems first-hand so that they do not escalate and become intractable to solution, and said that the current economic conditions are narrowing their circles more and more on the citizen, so it is necessary to consult and dialogue with stakeholders to overcome the situation The blockage that has become prevalent in the scene in all states of the country. He added that the citizens of the northern state have the right to protest, but they do not have the right to deprive other citizens of the interests and benefits that the Northern Artery Road brings.

Khartoum (Kush News)



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