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No Arab Spring revolution in Sudan: president

(Xinhua)

09:36, July 12, 2012

WHITE NILE, Sudan, July 11 (Xinhua) -- Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on Wednesday reiterated that there would not be an Arab Spring revolution in Sudan, affirming that the protests against the recently adopted economic reform measures have reduced.

"There is no presence for Arab Spring revolution in Sudan," al- Bashir said when addressing a public gathering Wednesday on the occasion of the inauguration of White Nile Sugar factory in central Sudan's White Nile State.

"Those who want to topple the government with external support should realize that the Sudanese people are aware and will stand against the enemies of the country," he added.

Meanwhile, the Sudanese president described the White Nile Sugar Factory as a great boost to the Sudanese economy, adding that the factory tends to achieve a qualitative, civilizational and developmental shift for the citizens of the state in particular and for Sudan in general.

He further reiterated that no development projects would be granted to the countries hostile to Sudan, directing the concerned authorities to ban the companies whose countries are economically fighting Sudan.

The White Nile Sugar Factory is projected to produce 450,000 tons of sugar annually, 45 million liters of ethanol gas, 100,000 tons of fodder, 40,000 tones of cash crops and 104 megawatts of electricity. The factory's total cost is estimated at about on 1.1 billion U.S. Dollars.

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