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Sudan’s military ruler has cleared the path for civilian governance.



Sudan’s top general stated on Monday that the military would withdraw from the administration in order to resolve the country’s political problems.

Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the coup leader, claimed in a televised statement on Monday that the army would make way for a civilian government.

“I urge all segments of the population, particularly the youth, to support peace. Everyone has the right to express themselves, and your sacrifices and wishes for a democratic transition have been realized. “Your military will not stand in its way,” Sudan’s coup leader, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, stated.

Since last year’s coup, the UN and other regional blocs have attempted to mediate a political solution.

Monday’s announcement came after five days of peaceful sit-ins by pro-democracy groups

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