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Sudan.. "Decision" by Hamdok regarding army appointments

Sudan.. “Decision” by Hamdok regarding army appointments

After the army seized power on October 25, the military rulers hired veteran officials from the era of the ousted leader. Omar al-Bashir To occupy important positions in the state administrative apparatus.

And. Source Hamdok, who was briefly detained and then reinstated under an agreement with Army On Sunday, a directive was reached to stop all appointments and exemptions in government jobs.

“In addition, all appointments and exemptions made in the previous period will be subject to study, review and evaluation,” the secretariat said.

And earlier, Hamdok said, in a meeting with members of the Central Command Council of the Forces of Freedom and Change, that an investigation had been opened into the violations committed against the demonstrators since last October 25.

41 people were killed in demonstrations against the state of emergency declared by the head of the Sudanese Sovereign Council Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, Last month.

and met Sudanese Prime Minister Eighteen members of the Central Leadership Council of the Forces of Freedom and Change, according to the state-run Sudan News Agency.

The meeting discussed the political crisis in the country, and the political agreement between the Prime Minister and President council of stateThe delegation expressed their approval of the political agreement and their support for the Prime Minister.

The Prime Minister and leaders of the Central Leadership Council stressed for freedom and change The attendees stressed the need to urgently release all detainees in the capital and the provinces, protect peaceful processions, and ensure freedom of expression, demonstration, and peaceful organization throughout the country.

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