The newly appointed head of the Sudanese government, Abdullah Hamduk, announced his resignation on Sunday, Al Arabiya reported.
“I have made a decision to leave my post,” the Prime Minister said.
According to Hamduk, during the transition period, serious “conflicts and contradictions” arose between the parties.
We will remind, on October 25, an attempted coup d’etat took place in the capital of Sudan. The military detained the prime minister of the country and several members of the government, but on October 27 Hamduk returned to his residence with his wife.
Earlier, the Russian delegation to the UN Human Rights Council called not to interfere in the affairs of Sudan.