Sudanese government fires central bank board

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The Central Bank of Sudan

Sudan’s post-revolutionary government has dismissed the board of the country’s central bank, along with the boards of 11 state-owned lenders, locally-based reporters said.

A government committee for “anti-corruption and funds recovery” took the decision to fire the boards, Reuters reported on February 6. A transitional government has ruled Sudan after street protests led to a military coup that ousted Islamist president Omar al-Bashir in April last year.

Central Bank of Sudan governor Badr

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