Bashir re-ignites chaos

Unpopular President Omar al-Bashir of Sudan swore in a new prime minister Sunday as several demonstrators approached the veteran chief to leave after he forced a highly sensitive situation the nation over.

Bashir forced a year-long crisis on Friday after a dangerous crackdown neglected to stifle a long time of dissents against his three-decade rule.

The veteran chief, who cleared to control in an Islamist-supported upset in 1989, broke up the bureau and common governments, and swore to acquire technocrats to help end the financial emergency — the key factor behind the challenges.

On Sunday, previous legislative head of the rural territory of Jazeera, Mohamed Tahir Ela, was confirmed as the new leader at a service, an AFP picture taker said.

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