Sudanese Prime Minister's resignation triggered by military reneging on deal, ソースは言う

Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok‘s resignation on Sunday was triggered after the military went back on anon-interferenceagreement struck in November and relaunched the feared national intelligence agency, according to Sudanese political sources speaking to CNN.

A video address from Hamdok posted on the verified YouTube account of the Prime Minister’s office Sunday confirmed he had resigned.
Hamdok previously stated a key demand of the November 21 deal was independence in his choice of political appointees, as he sought to bring the country back from the brink of chaos following the 10月 25 military coup.
    遺伝子. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok sign the political agreement in Khartoum on November 21, 2021.

    But the military, led by General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, made clear its unhappiness with Hamdok’s choice of undersecretaries and general secretariesappointments at various ministries, according to several senior political sources that CNN spoke to, including a source in Hamdok’s office, a member in the National Forces Initiative and a source close to Hamdok himself.
      The sources spoke to CNN on the condition of anonymity, given the sensitivity of the current political climate.
        In addition to reports of interfering in Hamdok’s political appointments, Sudan’s military leadership announced a rebranded relaunch of former dictator Omar al-Bashir’s notorious national intelligence service (NISS) 12月に 30. It is now known as the General Intelligence Service (GIS).
        Previous CNN investigations have implicated the agency in the deaths of protesters. Its continued influence, ソースは言う, was another “レッドライン” for Hamdok, rendering the relationship with the military untenable.
          The restoration of arrest and search authority to the intelligence service and the continuation of repression against the demonstrators was the straw that broke the camel’s back in the Burhan-Hamdok agreement,” a senior source in the civilian leadership told CNN.
          CNN has reached out to contacts within the Sudanese military for comment but has so far received no response.

          ‘Freedom and justice

          Hamdok’s resignation speech came after three protesters were killed by Sudanese security forces during anti-coup demonstrations near the capital Sunday, 民間人同盟のスーダン中央医師委員会 (SCDC) 前記.
          Sunday’s protests in Omdurman, 約 25 キロメートル (16 マイル) northwest of Khartoum, were the 14th day of mass demonstrations against military rule since the military coup. 少なくとも 57 people have been killed by security forces since, the SCDC reported.
          スピーチで, Hamdok said he was stepping down to make wayfor the daughters or sonsof the country to complete the transitional period.
          Pro-democracy demonstrators protest in Khartoum on January 2.

          Hamdok praised the Sudanese people for their determination in demandingfreedom and justiceduring the protests, それを追加する “you will definitely have a better future with your revolutionary enthusiasm.
          月曜日に, Volker Perthes, the United Nations Secretary General’s Special Representative for Sudan, told CNN that the UN is willing tofacilitate a comprehensive and inclusive dialoguebetween Sudanese stakeholders in order to prevent further escalation in the region.
          Perthes said that various partiesincluding the UNhave been calling out forcredible investigations on who did the killingso that culprits can be brought to court, an action which would serve as an indicator of the government’s intention inrebuilding the trust they have lost in the people of Sudan.
          When asked if the country’s military should be held accountable for their acts of violence against the people of Sudan, Perthes said, “Leaders should be responsible for what they do.

          ‘It did not survive

          Sudan had been ruled by an uneasy alliance between the military and civilian groups since 2019. しかし10月に, the military effectively took control, dissolving the power-sharing Sovereign Council and transitional government, and temporarily detaining Hamdok, the prime minister.
          Al-Burhan reinstated Hamdok in November as part of a deal between the military and civilian leadership.
          Under the deal agreed to by Hamdok and Al-Burhan, Hamdok would again become leader of the transitional government, which was first established after strongman Bashir was ousted in 2019.
            In his resignation speech, Hamdok said that hisacceptance of the task to the post of prime minister in August 2019 was on the basis of a constitutional document and political consensus between the civilian and military components, which I preached as a unique Sudanese model.
            But it did not survive with the same degree of commitment and harmony with which it started,” Hamdok said.