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Sudan's Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has announced his resignation amid political deadlock following a military coup that derailed the country’s fragile transition to democracy. In a televised speech, Hamdok, who signed a political agreement with the military in November, said a round table discussion is needed to reach a new deal.

Hamdok, a former United Nations official seen as the civilian face of Sudan’s transitional government, was reinstated in November amid international pressure in a deal that called for an independent technocratic cabinet under military oversight led by him. Hamdok’s resignation came after Sudanese security forces violently dispersed the pro-democracy protesters against the October 25 military coup, killing at least two people, a medical group said.




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