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by Adam Abkar Ali | in Society | 07.07.2011
KHARTOUM – The Sudanese government has announced southerners living in the north can no longer keep their jobs.
The government statement was announced by the Ministry of Labour.
Sadiq Joma Bab al-Kheir, the Ministry’s acting undersecretary, said the move is in accordance with a decree issued on 9 June that dismissed all southerners working in the Khartoum government.