Abdallah Hamdock returns to power in Sudan | World | Deshabhimani

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Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdock has returned to power after being ousted in a military coup in Sudan. Hamdock signs power-sharing agreement with military ruler General Abdel Fattah Burhan But the Citizens’ Alliance, which backed Hamdock to become prime minister two years ago, has not approved the new deal. It was decided between the army and the political parties to release all the political prisoners. The army fired tear gas at protesters marching on the capital, Khartoum, demanding their complete withdrawal.

Sudan has been under intense international pressure to restore the transition to democracy. World Bank freezes aid. And expelled from the African Union. With this, the army changed its mind.
Academic experts and journalists mediating the new agreement said the conditions would help restore democracy in Sudan.

Power was transferred to the Sovereign Council after the end of Omar al-Bashir’s dictatorship in April 2019 through a popular uprising. On October 25, the army declared a state of emergency. Forty people were killed in the ensuing protest. Hamdock has been under house arrest ever since.

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