Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok on Sunday issued a decision to dissolve the government, said the Council of Ministers in a statement.
Abdalla Hamdok (also transliterated: Abdallah, Hamdouk; Arabic: عبدالله حمدوك; born 1 January 1956) is a public administrator who became the 15th Prime Minister of Sudan. Prior to his appointment, Hamdok served in numerous national and international administrative positions. — Wikipedia
The reshuffle follows protests urging faster reforms and greater civilian rule in Sudan’s transition towards democracy.
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