Despite much controversy over the way Sudan has handled its coup and the way it was done as a whole — the military appears to have signaled a deal with the country’s arrested Prime Minister.
According to the military, who is the de-facto leader of the country right now, Abdalla Hamdok has been reinstated and will lead a technocratic style government until elections can be held. Though it’s worth noting that locals and pro-Democracy groups don’t appear to have taken part in the discussions having labelled them a sham and betrayal through and through.
It is not entirely clear if groups have signed off on the deal as many have made it clear that the government’s military cannot entirely be trusted. The trust part is a common feat in countries where coups have recently taken place as moves are usually made by the military under the guise of night.
The Forces for the Declaration of Freedom and Change, an umbrella for many groups in the area has insisted they strongly oppose any deals made with the military.