Will deal in Sudan hold this time?

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It's a deal being met with optimism and uncertainty.
Sudan's Prime Minister, Abdalla Hamdok, is promising a path to democracy, after being reinstated under an agreement with the military.
He was ousted nearly a month ago, when the army chief seized power and dissolved his cabinet.
Weeks of protests followed. At least 41 people died during confrontations with police.
Several political factions have rejected the deal. They say they won't recognise any agreement with the armed forces.
How will the army deal with growing public anger?

Presenter: Rob Matheson

Guests:
Kholood Khair is Managing Partner at Insight Strategy Partners
Ahmed El-Gaili is a Sudanese Lawyer and Legal Commentator
Waleed Madibo is the Founder & President of Sudan Policy Forum

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