As part of the deal between the military and political parties, all government officials and politicians arrested since the coup will be released.
Sudan Military had ousted the interim government earlier on October 25th and abducted the country’s interim Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, finally reinstated him following weeks of protesting, deaths, and international interference.
During a televised ceremony at the presidential palace on Sunday, November 21, Hamdok signed a 14-point agreement with the military intended to stop the chaos that had led to destruction in the country, derailing the country’s transition to democracy.
Officials mentioned the United Nations and the USA as part of those who played a great role in drafting the agreement. On the other hand, the officials hinted that Hamdok will be allowed to form a technocratic government.
The military has formed a new military-run Sovereign Council under the leadership of Gen. Abdel-Fattah Burhan.
At least one person was shot dead as the protest against the military leadership continued.
October 25, Sudan’s PM abducted by the military
November 3, 5 killed in South Sudan plane crash