An agreement for the return of Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok was found by the mediators who made the soldiers responsible for the military putsch reason. The date of its entry into force is not yet known.
After a month of military coup in Sudan, mediators in Sudan announced Sunday morning that they had succeeded in wresting a compromise on the return of the Prime Minister.
“The agreement will be officially announced later today, after the signing of the terms of the agreement and the accompanying political declaration,” the mediators said in a statement.
The announcement comes as the Sudanese took to the streets of the country to demonstrate against the military power. These demonstrations left at least forty dead and a hundred injured, according to a union of doctors.
The mediators have tried since October 25, the date of the military putsch, to make General Abdel Fattah al-Burhane, head of the army, who arrested almost all the civilian members of the transition, reason.
These mediators include academics, journalists and politicians. On Sunday, they announced the first points of the agreement reached, which includes the release of detainees, the return to political consensus for the transition period.
Mr. Hamdok detained and then placed under house arrest in Khartoum, will be released and will resume his functions in the transitional government which has been ruling the country since 2019, when the country ended the regime of General Omar al-Bashir.