Officials: Sudan's military agrees to reinstate ousted PM
CAIRO (AP) — A deal was reached between Sudan's military and civilian leaders to reinstate Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, who was deposed in a coup last month, military and government officials said Sunday. The officials also said that government officials and politicians arrested since the Oct. 25 coup will be released as part of the deal between the military and political parties, including the largest Umma Party. Hamdok will lead anThe officials also said that government officials and politicians arrested since the Oct. 25 coup will be released as part of the deal between the military and political parties, including the largest Umma Party.
© AFP a demonstrator claiming the transfer to the civilians alone of Sudanese power returns a tearful pomegranate to the security forces, on November 30, 2021, in Khartoum.
Sudanese security forces made use of tear gas Tuesday against tens of thousands of people who manifested in the center of Khartoum against the military regime following the coup of October 25.
The Sudanese security forces have shot Tuesday, November 30, in Khartoum, tearful grenades on thousands of protesters demanding a transfer to the civilians of the power currently dominated by the military .
Armed police officers of "whips", according to witnesses, have also chased protesters around the presidential palace, the former QG of the dictator Omar El-Bashir overthrown by the army under the pressure of a popular revolt in 2019 And since it became a seat of the transitional authorities headed by General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhane, author of the Putsch of October 25th.
Sudan's military chief and ousted PM agree on deal to reinstate premiership and free jailed political detainees
Sudan's military chief and the prime minister he overthrew last month have reached a deal for the reinstatement of the premier and the release of jailed political detainees, mediators said Sunday. © AFP/Getty Images A Sudanese anti-coup protester carries a portrait of ousted Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok at a demonstration in Khartoum on November 13, 2021.
That day, Sudan entered the unknown and the repression of anti-coupter demonstrations made 43 dead and hundreds of wounded according to a union of Prémarocracy doctors.
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Nearly a month after the putsch, an agreement was signed on November 21 at the highest level: the Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok, himself detained and placed in housed residence, found his post, and the control of the 'Army and Chief, General Burhan, has been devoted, at least until the elections promised in July 2023.
Since November 22, no protesters have been killed. A protest succumbed Tuesday to "sticks on the skull by the security forces" received before, according to the doctors' union.
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Explainer-Sudan's political transition in the balance
Explainer-Sudan's political transition in the balanceThe agreement faces opposition from protesters who previously saw Hamdok as a symbol of resistance to military rule but viewed his signature of the deal as a betrayal.
"I obvious to claim the fall of military power"
Many civil society organizations, ministers oucted by the putsch and protesters continue to denounce the agreement of 21 November, seen by the international community as a first step towards the return to democracy.
Thousands of protesters have shoved again, Tuesday in Khartoum, "no partnership, no negotiation" or "that the military enter their barracks".
"I show to demand the fall of military power," AFP Mohamed Alaeddine said, a protester.
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for the Association of Sudanese Professionals (APS), one of the spearheads of the 2019 revolt, the New manifestation is "a clear answer to the foolish gesture of the putschists".
The APS accuses the army and abdallah hamdok, now conspired as a "traitor" by the street, to "reproduce the old regime and its corruption", while the Sudan came out two years ago thirty years ago. Militaro-Islamist dictatorship of General Bashir, today in prison.
From the putsch, ensure the observers, purges carried out at race no have allowed the army to reinstall figures of the Bashir diet.
Abdallah Hamdok said he wants to re-examine all these appointments but recent changes in the safe apparatus seem to show that the army keeps the high hand on the appointments.
Top Sudan general sees 'positive' signs coup sanctions will be lifted .
Sudan's top general Abdel Fattah al-Burhan said Saturday there are "positive indicators" that measures taken against his country following an October military takeover could soon be lifted. The top general has long insisted the military's move on October 25 "was not a coup" but a step "to rectify the transition".Burhan -- Sudan's de facto leader since the ouster of president Omar al-Bashir in April 2019 -- removed the civilian government and declared a state of emergency on October 25, in a move that upended a two-year transition to civilian rule.