The agreement saw Hamdock return to lead the transitional government and release all political prisoners.
Sudan has signed a political agreement to enable Abdullah Hamdok to re-appoint as prime minister.
Sudan’s supreme general, Abdul Fatah Burhan, signed an agreement with Hamdok on Sunday to resume the transition to civil rule nearly a month after the military coup.
The 14-point agreement signed at the Presidential Palace in Khartoum stipulates that Hamdok will resume the post of prime minister.
According to the details read by national television, the agreement also provides for the release of all political prisoners detained during the coup d’etat, and stipulates that the 2019 constitutional declaration is the basis for the political transition.
Hamdok said: “The first thing I want to say is that our country is protected and protected by the Almighty God. No matter we reach a dead end, my fellow Sudanese will be able to get our country back on track.”
“When I accepted the appointment of the interim prime minister, I realized that there are no roses on this road. This will be a daunting task, full of risks and dangers. However, by working together, we can all prevent our country from falling into an unknown situation. We should work together to let the people decide who will be in power.
“The signing of this framework political agreement will open the door to the resolution of all outstanding issues during the transitional period of the past two years. We have achieved a lot in this partnership. We have brought Sudan back to the international community and removed it from terrorists Many achievements including delisting from the list. However, we still face many challenges,” he added.
It is not clear how much power the government will have.
More than two years after the popular uprising forced the long-time ruler Omar al-Bashir and his government to step down, the coup has drawn international criticism.
Since the military takeover, the Sudanese people have been taking to the streets, which upended the country’s fragile transition to democracy.
A few days ago, the doctor said that at least 15 people were killed by live ammunition during the anti-coup demonstration. The agreement was reached a few days ago.
Hamdok was placed under house arrest by military leaders for several weeks.
After Hamdock was reinstated, Burhan said: “We will continue to work hard to maintain the transition period until all your dreams of democracy, peace and justice are realized.”
“For these five or six days, a group of people among us have been doing their best. All the credit goes to them for reaching this agreement. We believe this will pave the way for a complete and complete transition period.
Earlier on Sunday, before the meeting between Burhan and Hamdok, thousands of protesters marched towards the presidential palace in the capital Khartoum.
Demonstrators held up Sudanese flags and pictures of those killed in the recent protests against last month’s coup d’état, and chanted against al-Burhan. When the protesters approached the presidential palace, security forces fired tear gas at them.