Sudan on Thursday unveiled a new governing council, with General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan - the leader of a military coup on October 25 that dissolved a power sharing arrangement between the military and civilian politicians - appointing himself as chairman.
The council, which excludes the main body pushing for civilian rule, consolidates the military’s control over Sudan’s fraught transition following the ousting of longtime ruler dictator Omar al-Bashir in 2019. Already bogged down before October 25th’s military takeover, the country’s political process is facing an uncertain future.
The same is true for Sudan’s economy, which is at risk of being side-lined amid the current turmoil.
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