Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok seems to prefer UN peacekeeping forces over the Sudanese military, which has engaged in violence along with Janjaweed militias.
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Sudanese transitional authorities repeal public order law used to regulate women's behaviour under ex-president Omar al Bashir and approve a law to dissolve the former ruling party.
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A proven economist with an impressive resume, Hamdok will oversee the country’s interim cabinet for three years. TRT World traces his political journey.
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