Sudan’s ousted Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok says the reinstatement of his government, dissolved in a military coup, could pave the way to a solution in the country.
According to the Information Ministry, Abdalla Hamdok spoke during a meeting with ambassadors of the United States, Britain and Norway at his home, where he is under house arrest.
Thousands of Sudanese nationals had staged a demonstration on Saturday marching against the army’s October 25 power grab, where top General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan dissolved the government, declared a state of emergency and detained Sudan’s civilian leadership.
Major cities in the country appear dead since the protests. Some forms of economic activities are on a halt.
In Khartoum for instance where many government employees are refusing to work as part of a nationwide protest campaign, few Shops were opened.
Soldiers from the army and the much-feared paramilitary Rapid Support Forces were seen on many streets in Khartoum and Omdurman
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