Another history has been made by Sudan protesters as a public demand ouster has been announced yet again.
Sudan’s new Military Council chief – and effective ruler – General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan has sacked the country’s prosecutor general on Tuesday, following calls from protesters to dismiss him.
“Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan has issued a declaration sacking the prosecutor general Omer Ahmed Mohamed,” the military council said in a statement.
Burhan replaced Mohamed with Al-Waleed Sayyed Ahmed as the country’s new acting prosecutor general, the council said
Since the toppling of the long-saving President Omar al-Bashir on 11 April, the country’s junta has been shaken by radical and swift changes, sometimes with concessions to protesters’ demands.
Lieutenant General Awad Ibn Auf took the oath to become the head of the council on 12 April, but only to resign one day after amid mass protests calling for a civilian-led transitional administration.