The International Islamic Women's Union organized a workshop on the global economic crisis and its impact on the Islamic countries - Sudan as a model on Thursday 7/3/2019 in the presence of a number of economic experts.
Dr. Afaf Ahmed Mohammed, Secretary General of the International Islamic Women's Union, said that the workshop discussed the phenomenon of the global economic crisis and shed light on the negative international practices that have started since the 1990s and have severe negative effects on countries, including Sudan. Even America and developing countries
The workshop dealt with the causes of the economic crisis, which were speculation and mortgage and the failure to apply the Islamic economy correctly in Islamic countries, and also dealt with crises in Syria and Yemen.
Professor Othman Khairi, the economic and legal expert of the global crisis, explained that the world economy is not controlled by corruption, it is lost and its money is fabricated, that the capitalist system is unregulated and that Sudan is part of the global economy and is influenced by it. He added that the central bank has control over the economy and banks, And much of the support goes to spent channels only.
Professor Abdul Latif Al-Buni, Dean of the Faculty of International Relations at the National University, said that the economic crisis due to the capitalist system and the lack of support for agriculture and production projects, mortgages and speculations in banks and the Sudanese economic experience need to re-examine and employ the resources and possibilities enjoyed by Sudan to revive its economy.
The speakers stressed that the economic crisis in the Islamic countries was caused by weak management and the lack of effective leaders to lower economic programs on the ground in addition to relying on imported solutions and weak competencies and loyalty.