Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdak has resigned. He made the announcement in a televised speech the night after the country’s anti-military protests began in local time.
“The transition to democracy in Sudan required a new agreement, which we did,” Hamdak said. However, I am returning the responsibility received under the agreement. I am stepping down as Prime Minister. We are giving the opportunity to another man or woman to lead this great country, who can do the rest of the work on the way to transform Sudan into a civil democratic state.
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