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Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok

Sudan Coup causes arrests of high ranking government officials

The Sudanese government was formed after a coup which overthrew Omar al-Bashir in 2019, due to heavy government corruption even allowing Bashir to be prosecuted by the UN. The coup which happened today caused arrests of 5 top officials in the Sudanese civilian government including Abdalla Hamdok the current Prime Minister of Sudan and other ministers of the country. A mouth prior to this successful coup by the Sudanese military government a attempted coup had happened in the month of September but failed of which the Sudanese government had said it was ” completely under control” and the government arrested 40 government officials in that coup d’etat. The government also said that the pervious coup attempt had people from Bashir regime showing some blood pumping from the pervious government. Even after the failed coup attempt didn’t work out for Bashir’s associates the current Military government overthrew it’s own civil government just now. Showing the immense strength of the Military government which can easily overthrew the civil government even if right or wrong. In the coup the whereabouts of Hamdok were not immediately clear, amid media reports that security forces were stationed outside his home in Khartoum. Photos circulating online showed men in uniform standing in the dark, allegedly near his home in the Khartoum. Ayman Khalid, governor of the state containing the capital, Khartoum, was also arrested, according to the official Facebook page of his office. The President of Sudan who is the commander in chief of the Sudanese armed forces wanted to transition power to civil government but it seems as he had enough and couldn’t tolerate the civil governments polices which caused anger in Sudan.

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