ECONOMIC & SOCIAL VISION
6.2 Economic and Social
6.2.1 Development and Economic System Model
The party believes that the economy is governed by the processes and laws aimed at removing the disparity between intellectual work and physical work and between the city and the countryside, and linked with the social objective of reducing the differences between men and women, and generally paying attention to the ways of life and linking them to production through prioritizing production over other economic processes, and linking the amounts earnt to the amounts of work and effort made. This can only be done by fighting the pattern of the dominant parasitic economy whilst directing economic development at the same time, and introducing technology into the production process. The development of the countryside is the correct entry point for solving all the other problems, and one of the most important tasks of change in Sudan because it needs fair and firm measures at the same time as development programs and infrastructure.
The Sudanese Congress party seeks balanced and sustainable development of a humane and democratic nature, and believes that market mechanisms, whilst important, are not sufficient to achieve development, so we will engage with an active and balanced role by the State, a role aimed at supporting development and providing an appropriate framework of policies and institutions for the benefit of the growth of all productive projects whether public, private, cooperative or mixed. It balances the increase in production efficiency with economic efficiency and between income redistribution and development opportunities more fairly, both among social groups and regions of the country, and takes into account the reduction of the human cost and the social and environmental consequences of development.
The economic system we seek to establish will benefit from the various market mechanisms such as competition, economic calculation, price and profitability indicators in stimulating production which will then increase the efficiency of the economy, but at the same time requires the state to monitor, verify and intervene so that the economy benefits the majority of the society and to meet their basic needs.
The country is looking for economic surpluses, mobilizing and reusing them for development by investing in human resources as the most important investment (health, housing, education, training, scientific research, social welfare) and infrastructure (transportation, communications, etc.). In projects that the private sector cannot not provide for due to the size of its required capital or the complexity of its technology or the duration of its completion period and its relatively small profitability, that are necessary to serve the national economy (such as energy projects, mining, etc.). The State shall formulate its economic, financial, investment, tax, finance and foreign trade policies to stimulate agricultural and industrial production and associated services, so as to curb speculative and parasitic activities.
The State shall formulate its plan for development with broad popular participation, taking into account that it is a balanced development so as to ensure the distribution of material and human resources and development opportunities across the various regions of the country. The plan shall be implemented by observing the masses and will provide the necessary freedom for the regions and localities in light of the indicators of the general plan without reference to the central authority except in cases that affect sovereignty as prescribed by the laws on the allocation of revenues.
6.2.2 Development and Economic System Model
The party believes that the economy is governed by the processes and laws aimed at removing the disparity between intellectual work and physical work and between the city and the countryside, and linked with the social objective of