Carol Van Dam contributed to this report.
KHARTOUM, SUDAN – Sudan’s Forces of Freedom and Change, the country’s main opposition alliance, has nominated economist Mohammed Abdalla Hamdok to serve as prime minister in the country’s transitional government.
Hamdok, whose nomination was announced Thursday night, is expected to be appointed prime minister by Sudan’s sovereign council, which is expected to be sworn in Monday.
Hamdok has served as deputy executive secretary of the U.N. Economic Commission for Africa since 2011. For decades, he worked as a senior policy read more >>>