Omar al-Bashir Current Affairs, GK & News

Sudan Anti-coup protests

The Sudan security forces recently killed three protestors. This has re-kindled the Sudan unrest. In the early January 2022, the Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok resigned. This led to civilian unrest in the country. What happened? In October 2021, the Prime Minister of Sudan Abdalla Hamdok was sacked by the Sudanese military. He then resigned from ..

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Resignation of Sudan’s PM

Following mass protests in the capital city Khartoum, Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok announced his resignation on January 2, 2022. Highlights Protests are being held against a recent deal that Prime Minister had done to share power with the army. Before this deal, army had staged a coup in October, 2021. Protesters called for return ..

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African Union suspends Sudan, demanding end to Military Rule

The African Union (AU) suspended Sudan until establishment of a civilian-led transition to democracy and also demanded to resolve an entrenched and bloody crisis. The decision was taken at AU’s peace and Security Council meet in Addis Ababa, (Ethiopia’s capital). Key Highlights Background: Since December 2018 Sudan has been rocked with anger over increasing bread ..

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Sudan: Opposition demands Sudan to join ICC

Top opposition leader of Sudan has called for the country to join the International Criminal Court which has formally alleged the former President of the country, Omar al-Bashir as the panel of protestors and other military men held a meeting to hold a discussion on the civilian rule. Former Prime Minister Sadiq al-Mahdi who is ..

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Sudan: Omar al-Bashir probed over huge sums of money found at home

The deposed Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has been probed by the public prosecutor of Sudan on the fresh charges of money laundering as huge sums of money have been found at his home. As per the reports, the military intelligence had conducted a search at the home of the President al-Bashir and was able to ..

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Sudan demands for civilian rule

The Sudanese protest for the scraping of the military council. Many Protestants sit outside the army headquarters rallying against military demanding civilian rule. Sudan was governed by the President, head of the government and the army ”in ”chief. Basically it is a presidential representative democratic consociation republic where the powers are divided among the 3. ..

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