Sudan PM Abdalla Hamdok has relieved state governors appointed by the military
Sudan PM Abdalla Hamdok has relieved state governors appointed by the military leaders after a coup in October that ousted him from office.
Under a deal with the coup commander, Gen Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, Mr Hamdok was reinstated less than a month after being deposed.
The prime minister has also lately replaced a number of military-appointed ministers, some of whom were sympathetic to the former harsh ruler, President Omar al-Bashir.
Many Sudanese are furious that the military continues to have a part in the country’s political scene, and further demonstrations are scheduled on Monday.