Khartoum: Twelve Sudanese ministers have resigned in protest of a deal struck with a military council. Hamdouk was reinstated as prime minister by the military on Sunday, ending a month – long political uncertainty in the African nation of Sudan.
Army Chief Jan. The agreement was signed with Abdul Fattah Al Burhan. Although Karr was welcomed by the international community, pro-democracy activists in Sudan rejected the coup as an attempt to legitimize the coup. They also demanded that the military not be part of the future Sudanese government.
Al-Burhan overthrew the caretaker government on October 25. Ministers in the interim government have resigned. The military action sparked widespread protests across the country, killing at least 41 people.