Sudan fires top judge and public prosecutor resigns.

Sudan has announced the resignation of its chief prosecutor and sacked the head of the judiciary.

The country’s governing sovereign council on Monday said that, it had accepted the resignation of Tajalsir al-Hibir, the public prosecutor, who had submitted his resignation several times in the past.

No reasons were given for the decisions – which came after the council ordered an investigation into last week’s killing of two protesters outside the army headquarters in Khartoum.

Many people in Sudan have also been demanding justice for the dozens killed during protests in 2019 that led to the ousting of President Omar al-Bashir.

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