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US News Sudan. The military exhorted by several countries not to appoint a new Prime Minister

04:27  05 january  2022
04:27  05 january  2022 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Le Soudan, en proie à des manifestations de civils qui réclament une transition démocratique. © AFP Sudan, in the grip of manifestations of civilians claiming a democratic transition.

The United States and several European countries have encouraged, on Tuesday, January 4, the Sudanese military not to appoint prime minister unilaterally, two days after the resignation of Abdallah Hamdok.

The United States , The European Union , the United Kingdom and the Norway urged, Tuesday, January 4, the Sudanese military not to unilaterally appoint a prime minister to replace the civil abdallah Hamdok who resigned Sunday, January 2nd.

These countries prevent in a joint statement that they will not support a prime minister or appointed government without the involvement of a large panel of civilian actors "

. The risk "to plunge the country in a conflict"

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"Any unilateral action to appoint a new Prime Minister or government would undermine the credibility"

of the transition institutions "and could immerse the country in a conflict" , They added, calling for an "immediate dialogue led by the Sudanese and facilitated by the international community" . For these countries, the resignation of Abdallah Hamdok,

"two months after the accompaniment of power by the army, strengthens the urgent need to see all Sudanese leaders reaffirm their support for the democratic transition"

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DRC: Military Effects Seized at Buteembo, North Kivu .
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