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Abdalla Hamdok

Date of Birth: 1956
Place of Birth: Al-Dibaibat, Kordofan, Sudan


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A war that hits everyone all at once

As Amgad Fareid Eltayeb a former advisor to the deposed prime minister Abdalla Hamdok argued sanctions may have worked earlier 'to stop bad actors doing bad things' but in a time of war it's hard to imagine they would alter either side's calculations...


History won't repeat itself

After the military's seizure of power and ousting of civilian prime minister Abdalla Hamdok in October 2021 Burhan and Hemeti have differed publicly on several occasions (AC Vol 62 No 22 General Al Burhan's power grab)...

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Junta's double-talk on transition

UsurpersBurhan and his uneasy ally militia leader 'Hemeti' ousted Sudan's last civilian government in a 25 October coup ejecting Abdalla Hamdok of the FFC as Prime Minister (AC Vol 62 No 22 General Al Burhan's power grab)...


Donors pick sides in stand-off

Inflation is above 250% in Sudan and its currency has collapsed by more than 25% since Burhan carried out a coup against his prime minister Abdalla Hamdok in October...


The junta runs out of bread and road

In February 2021 the civilian-military government under Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok was able to unify the different exchange rates of the Sudanese pound stabilising it at about 450 to the dollar...

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A praetorian transition

The resignation of Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok on 2 January ended the transition to civil rule and elections as defined in the August 2019 agreement...

HOW THE MILITARY PLANS TO HOLD POWER As national and international pressure mounts General Abdel Fattah al Burhan's junta will try to find a replacement prime minister after Abdalla Hamdok's exit...


The junta seeks immunity

After failing to quell the protests Burhan tried to placate the opposition by releasing Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok from house arrest and re-appointing him...

He was Finance Minister under Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok supporting the implementation of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund's harsh economic policies...


Hamdok wavers as his isolation grows

Having lost the support of the street and the main opposition groupings Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok faces some stark choices: appoint the ministers of his choice triggering a confrontation with coup leader General Abdel Fattah al Burhan or accept the new status quo of total military control...


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