Sudan’s prime minister Abdalla Hamdok has resigned amid political deadlock and widespread pro-democracy protests. Hamdok, who was removed in a military coup last October and later reinstated, called for dialogue on a national charter and a roadmap for political transition. His resignation came in the wake of security forces violently dispersing demonstrators demanding democracy.
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