Prominent political parties and Sudan’s powerful protest movement have opposed Hamdok’s decision to sign the agreement with the military on Sunday, with some calling it a betrayal or saying it provided political cover for the coup.
“Among the reasons for my return is preserving the economic gains and the economic opening to the world,” Hamdok said.
Meanwhile, the United Nations Mission in Sudan has stressed the need to protect the constitutional order in the country after welcoming the reinstatement of interim Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok.
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