President Omar Al-Bashir Of Sudan Resigns After 30-year In Power

The president of Sudan, Omar Al-Bashir, has reportedly been forced to resign his position after 30-year in power. This is coming after days of non-stop protests in the country.

The 75-year-old has handed over power to the country’s supreme military council controlled by the armed forces, reports says.

Al-Bashir, has become the country’s longest-serving leader since it gained independence in 1956, was indicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) in 2008 for alleged genocide crimes.

Defense minister of the country has been reported to maybe be the one who might now be in charge of the country pending when new elections are held.

President Omar Al-Bashir Of Sudan Resigns

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