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Sudan’s opposition movement suspends “hostile acts” for three months

Head of Sudan People’s Liberation Movement – North – Abdel Aziz Adam al Helw has said his movement will halt “hostile acts” against the Sudanese government as of today April 17, 2019 till July 31.

A statement issued by the movement Wednesday said the decision was taken as a gesture of good will to give a chance to the military to hand over power smoothly to civilians.

Nearly one week ago, the Sudanese army seized power from President Omar Al Bashir after mass protests against his rule.

Head of the Interim Military Council Colonel General Abdel Fattah Burhan on Wednesday issued a decision on fighting corruption and bringing to account the corrupt.

The decision urges revising the movement of funds as of April by the Central Bank of Sudan and reporting any suspected money transfer operations.

All suspected funds will be seized, according to the decision.


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