Sudanese Army, civilians seal power-sharing deal - The Nation Newspaper

Sudanese Army, civilians seal power-sharing deal

17.8.2019

Sudanese Army, civilians seal power-sharing deal

Sudan's ruling military council and civilian opposition alliance have signed a landmark power-sharing deal.The agreement ushers in a new governing

Mohamed Hamdan “Hemeti” Dagolo – widely regarded as Sudan’s most powerful man – has pledged to abide by its terms.The two sides have agreed to rotate control of the council for just over three years. A prime minister nominated by civilians is due to be appointed next week.(BBC)



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