UN Missions stress the need to protect the constitutional order in Sudan

UN Missions stress the need to protect the constitutional order in Sudan

The United Nations Missions in Sudan has stressed the need to protect the constitutional order in the country after welcoming the reinstatement of interim Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok to this position over the weekend. Hamdok signed an agreement with the top general Abdel Fattah al-Burhan that ousted his government in an October 25th coup, vowing to appoint a cabinet of technocrats who will work to secure the economic gains from the past two years. The United States top diplomat urged all sides to continue talks and redouble efforts to complete key transitional tasks on a civilian-led path to democracy in Sudan.

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