Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok announced his resignation amid mass protests against army rule.
The military launched a coup in October and placed Mr. Hamdok under house arrest, but he was reinstated the following month after signing a new power-sharing agreement.
Since then, the demonstrators continued to take to the streets, demanding fully civilian political leadership.
Mr. Hamdok said in a televised speech that Sudan’s transition to democracy requires a new agreement.
“I decided to surrender the responsibility, announce my resignation as prime minister, and give another man or woman in this noble country a chance…help it through the transitional period and become a civilian democracy,” he said.
According to the pro-democratic Sudan Central Medical Council, security forces killed two people during protests against army rule on Sunday.
The security forces have not yet commented on the death.
The committee stated that since the coup on October 25, 2021, at least 56 people have been killed in the protests.