Khartoum (IP) – After signing a political agreement between the military and civilians in Sudan, opponents of the agreement staged protests.

Iran PressAfrica: According to the signed agreement, Abdalla Hamdok became Sudan's Prime Minister again to implement the agreement's provisions, the most crucial clause of which is the release of political prisoners and the completion of the government.

Thousands of protesters took to the streets of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, on Sunday evening to protest the return of Abdalla Hamdok to power.

The demonstrators denied any involvement with the Sudanese army, which recently killed peaceful protesters with live ammunition and tear gas.

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