Sudan dissolves former ruling party of Al-Bashir

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A law has been passed in Sudan, dissolving the party of ousted Former President Omar Al-Bashir.

Mr Bashir seized power in a 1989 coup, and ruled for almost three decades, until he was overthrown by a protest movement last April.

The country’s transitional authorities also repealed a public order law that was used to police women’s behaviour.

Sudan is currently led by a joint military and civilian council, as well as a civilian-led Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok.

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