Sudan’s civilian Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok resigned, more than two months after a coup and following another deadly crackdown on protesters, with the military now firmly in control.
Sudan’s prime minister, who was ousted in a military coup but reinstated over a month ago, said Sunday that he was resigning. Abdalla Hamdok’s decision is the latest disruption to the country’s shaky transition to democracy from dictatorship.
After PM Hamdok’s resignation, Sudanese leaders should set aside differences, find consensus, and ensure continued civilian rule. Sudan’s next PM and cabinet should be appointed in line with the constitutional declaration to meet the people’s goals of freedom, peace, and justice.
What people are saying?
Nadali Who do you think will appoint a new PM & why do you think he will fare any better than Hamdok? As long as Hemeti & Burhan are in charge, the revolution will continue & so will the oppression & bloodshed. USA should adhere to its own slogans & denounce the junta.
mhajaz Let it be know to all of the so called international community Sudanese are not backing down.We prove it over the last three years &we will continue our path towards democratic civilian role. The closest example to our struggle now is the Southafricans struggle against apartheid.