Sudan Coup Leaders Agree to Reinstate Prime Minister

Sudan’s army leaders on Sunday agreed to reinstate Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and permit him to kind a technocratic authorities, practically 4 weeks after ousting him in a coup that disrupted the nation’s fragile transition to democracy.

But the deal—introduced publicly at a joint televised briefing by Mr. Hamdok and Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the highest common who led the coup—was unlikely to finish a lethal standoff between the army and pro-democracy protesters who’ve demanded an instantaneous transfer to civilian rule. Several main protest teams on Sunday rejected any settlement with the army and hundreds of demonstrators have been gathering as soon as once more within the capital Khartoum.



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