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Sudan's uncertain course after Hamdok resignation

Sudan’s prime minister, Abdalla Hamdok, has resigned amid fears of a civil war owing to a severe political deadlock.
Sudan protest

CAIRO — Sudan's prime minister Abdalla Hamdok affirmed he was stepping down from his position amid political deadlock following the military coup that disrupted the country's fragile transition to democracy.

Hamdok, representing the civil movement, made the announcement Jan. 3 in a speech broadcast by Sudanese television.

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