© Reuters. Protesters march during a rally against military rule following last month’s coup in Khartoum, Sudan December 30, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
(Reuters) – Sudan’s Abdalla Hamdok has resigned as prime minister, six weeks after returning to his post following a military coup in October.
The move deepens uncertainty around Sudan’s political future and a transition towards elections since the 2019 downfall of long-serving ruler Omar al-Bashir.
WHY DID HAMDOK RESIGN?
Hamdok https://www.reuters.com/markets/currencies/sudans-abdalla-hamdok-2022-01-02 had served as prime minister for more than two years under a power-sharing arrangement between civilians and the army, until the military toppled him