Hundreds of Sudanese took to the streets of Khartoum late on Thursday evening to celebrate the changes.
“The decisions on Thursday evening are a positive response to the demands of the Sudanese uprising, that called for Freedom, Justice, and Peace, and the dismantling of the oppressive Al Bashir’s regime that ruled the country for three decades,” a listener told Radio Dabanga from Khartoum.
Since its formation in early September, PM Abdallah Hamdok’s new government began to work on removing elements of Sudan’s ‘deep state’, consisting of affiates of Al Bashir’s National Congress Party (NCP), from government posts, combating the widespread corruption and restoring the Rule Of Law in the country.
“During a joint meeting with our partners in the Sovereign Council, we have endorsed this law to establish justice and respect for the dignity of the people of Sudan and to safeguard their victories,” PM Hamdok said in a Tweet yesterday…
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