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The Resignation of Rania

Osman Mirghani

It is definite that most of us have never heard about Miss Rania – the deputy office manager in the Prime Minister’s office – until her resignation had been aired in media outlets.

According to the news article published in Al-Jamaheer Electronic outlet, All of a sudden, the deputy office manager of the Prime Minister office, Rania Mohammed Osman, tendered her resignation from her post without giving any justifications.

The resignation of Rania came only two months after her assignment in the post in which she was selected in the framework of restructure of the PM office.

Rania declined to comment on her resignation to the media, affirming that they can contact the office of the PM’s Media Advisor, Faisal Mohammed Salih, for clarifications.

The importance of the news comes when we read it together with another news article published in Al-Tayyar daily last Tuesday that the former Minister of Education, Prof. Mohammed Al-Amin Al-Toum, said that he has sent a letter more than one month ago to the Prime Minister asking about the nature of the security inquiry which led to removing him from his post, but he did not receive any response till now.

The question here is if a federal minister who was a member in the first council of minister after the revolution is not able to naturally communicate with the prime minister, this means that the ordinary citizens could never dream to communicate with the PM office.

For comparison, let any of our esteemed readers send a message to the US President, Joe Biden in the White House on whatever issue, he will receive an immediate auto-response that his message was received and he will receive a direct answer on the issue soon.

This is not a favor done by White House, but rather the core of the Corporate Communication, which is the charter that distinguishes the rational public institution and its spontaneous components with its vertical and horizontal links besides its internal and external communications.

The evaluation of the PM’s performance must not only be through his educational qualification or experiences, but through the system of his office; it being the actual institution that either succeeds or fails.

On top of the standards in evaluating the PM office is the ability and flexibility to interconnect with others, being individuals or institutions.

The question that poses itself is will the system of the PM office coincide with the required standards of the top of the executive body in the state?

The clear-cut answer is a big NO.

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