Top general al-Burhan reappoints himself head of transitional council two weeks after coup: Sudan TV
Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, leader of the feared paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, will be Sudan's de facto ruler l-Burhan's deputy
Khartoum, Sudan: Sudan's de facto ruler General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan on Thursday named a new transitional council to steer the country after his coup in October, state television reported.
Burhan, who led the ruling Sovereign Council formed in 2019 after the toppling of long-time autocrat Omar al-Bashir, will keep his position as head of the council.
Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, leader of the feared paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, remains his deputy.
The country was under the control of the military for 52 out of its 65 years of independence since 1956
The push for a human rights expert comes amid mounting international pressure on Sudan’s top general, Gen. Abdel-Fattah Burhan who dissolved Sudan’s transitional government