Wednesday, 26 Jan 2022

Analysis-Sudan transition needs reset after civilian leader’s exit puts military back in driving seat

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By Nafisa Eltahir and Aidan Lewis KHARTOUM (Reuters) – The resignation of Sudan’s prime minister puts the military firmly back in control of the country but facing a population angry that its hopes for democratic rule have been set back yet again. Unless a new course towards a transition and credible elections can be charted, more instability within and beyond Sudanese borders is likely, analysts and diplomats say. After his government was dissolved in a coup in October, Abdalla Hamdok had returned in a bid to salvage …

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