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    Amid Sudan's political deadlock1, the prime minister announces his resignation

    A MARTINEZ, HOST:

    Sudan's prime minister resigned on Sunday, a little over a month after he was ousted2 in a coup3 by the country's military and then reinstated. It's the latest blow to the country's tentative but uneven4 transition to democracy from dictatorship that began three years ago. Joining us now from Sudan to discuss the latest is journalist Sanosi Adam. Sanosi, please tell us what happened yesterday. Why did Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok say he resigned?

    SANOSI ADAM: Since he was reinstated, Abdalla Hamdok, after the coup on the 25 of October, he met a lot of challenges, which has been the Freedom and Change Coalition5 not supporting the deal that he signed with General al-Burhan and also the resistance committees that are calling to the streets every day, not supporting him as well, so he lost the streets and the Freedom and Change Coalition. And because of that, he realized that the best way for him to go is to resign and let somebody else deal with these issues.

    MARTINEZ: Do you think that there might have been underestimation of the situation for all the back-and-forth so far?

    ADAM: Absolutely. I think the reason he accepted the reinstatement and signed that deal, he was foreseeing that maybe by signing this deal, there would be - the military would not use force against protesters. He will try to reform the government the way it was meant to be, with a technocratic6 government that will run the country and lead it to the election. But the fact that no one backed that deal, nobody - not the street or the politicians who were forming the Freedom and Change Coalition backed up that deal. And then now he finally came to the realization7 that this is not working, and he submitted his resignation.

    MARTINEZ: And, Sanosi, we're talking about a military that's clung to power for a long, long time, and the military doesn't seem to be willing to fully8 cede9 that power. That's one of the reasons, one of the main reasons, for the recent coup.

    ADAM: Of course. I mean, the military, the RSF and the Sudanese military, this is for them - like, they needed to grab this power and stay on this - running this country as long as they can because, by not doing so, that means they're going to be facing charges on possibly indictment10 for crimes that their force has committed if the - the breaking of the sit-in, the first sit-in, and then the coup of the 25 of October and also all the people who were killed during the recent protests.

    MARTINEZ: What's been the reaction there to his resignation? Have the situation on the streets gotten at least a little bit better or are demonstrations12 still continuing?

    ADAM: Absolutely, the demonstrations are continuing. I spoke13 to a member of a resistance committee about this, and he said it's not relevant, Hamdok resigning or not. We're still - we're calling for a civilian-led government. We're calling for a complete transition to democracy in the country. And there've already been calls for a demonstration11 on the 1 of January, the 6 of January, the 7. So the streets are not done yet with this.

    MARTINEZ: Any response from the military?

    ADAM: So far, we don't see anything from the military. I think they're organizing house. There've been, you know, mass demonstrations all over the country. There's still some bridges that are still being blocked - the military on high alert in anticipation14 of a sudden riot on the streets. But so far, there's not been any official comment on the resignation or on the situation in the country.

    MARTINEZ: That's journalist Sanosi Adam. Sanosi, thank you very much.

    ADAM: Thank you. Thank you so much.


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    1 deadlock mOIzU     
    n.僵局,僵持
    參考例句:
    • The negotiations reached a deadlock after two hours.兩小時后,談判陷入了僵局。
    • The employers and strikers are at a deadlock over the wage.雇主和罷工者在工資問題上相持不下。
    2 ousted 1c8f4f95f3bcc86657d7ec7543491ed6     
    驅逐( oust的過去式和過去分詞 ); 革職; 罷黜; 剝奪
    參考例句:
    • He was ousted as chairman. 他的主席職務被革除了。
    • He may be ousted by a military takeover. 他可能在一場軍事接管中被趕下臺。
    3 coup co5z4     
    n.政變;突然而成功的行動
    參考例句:
    • The monarch was ousted by a military coup.那君主被軍事政變者廢黜了。
    • That government was overthrown in a military coup three years ago.那個政府在3年前的軍事政變中被推翻。
    4 uneven akwwb     
    adj.不平坦的,不規則的,不均勻的
    參考例句:
    • The sidewalk is very uneven—be careful where you walk.這人行道凹凸不平—走路時請小心。
    • The country was noted for its uneven distribution of land resources.這個國家以土地資源分布不均勻出名。
    5 coalition pWlyi     
    n.結合體,同盟,結合,聯合
    參考例句:
    • The several parties formed a coalition.這幾個政黨組成了政治聯盟。
    • Coalition forces take great care to avoid civilian casualties.聯盟軍隊竭盡全力避免造成平民傷亡。
    6 technocratic dd957e96c7b0d90a69a67074fe6d0189     
    adj.由技術專家官員組成的;受技術官僚影響的
    參考例句:
    • But there is method in Europe's technocratic madness, the official went on. 但歐洲的專家政治論者的憤怒是有原因的,這個位官員接著說道。 來自互聯網
    • Mr Juppé was floored in part by his contemptuous, technocratic attitude towards union leaders. 朱佩對工會領導蠻橫與不屑,是導致他一敗涂地的部分原因。 來自互聯網
    7 realization nTwxS     
    n.實現;認識到,深刻了解
    參考例句:
    • We shall gladly lend every effort in our power toward its realization.我們將樂意為它的實現而竭盡全力。
    • He came to the realization that he would never make a good teacher.他逐漸認識到自己永遠不會成為好老師。
    8 fully Gfuzd     
    adv.完全地,全部地,徹底地;充分地
    參考例句:
    • The doctor asked me to breathe in,then to breathe out fully.醫生讓我先吸氣,然后全部呼出。
    • They soon became fully integrated into the local community.他們很快就完全融入了當地人的圈子。
    9 cede iUVys     
    v.割讓,放棄
    參考例句:
    • The debater refused to cede the point to her opponent.辯論者拒絕向她的對手放棄其主張。
    • Not because I'm proud.In fact,in front of you I cede all my pride.這不是因為驕傲,事實上我在你面前毫無驕傲可言。
    10 indictment ybdzt     
    n.起訴;訴狀
    參考例句:
    • He handed up the indictment to the supreme court.他把起訴書送交最高法院。
    • They issued an indictment against them.他們起訴了他們。
    11 demonstration 9waxo     
    n.表明,示范,論證,示威
    參考例句:
    • His new book is a demonstration of his patriotism.他寫的新書是他的愛國精神的證明。
    • He gave a demonstration of the new technique then and there.他當場表演了這種新的操作方法。
    12 demonstrations 0922be6a2a3be4bdbebd28c620ab8f2d     
    證明( demonstration的名詞復數 ); 表明; 表達; 游行示威
    參考例句:
    • Lectures will be interspersed with practical demonstrations. 講課中將不時插入實際示范。
    • The new military government has banned strikes and demonstrations. 新的軍人政府禁止罷工和示威活動。
    13 spoke XryyC     
    n.(車輪的)輻條;輪輻;破壞某人的計劃;阻撓某人的行動 v.講,談(speak的過去式);說;演說;從某種觀點來說
    參考例句:
    • They sourced the spoke nuts from our company.他們的輪輻螺帽是從我們公司獲得的。
    • The spokes of a wheel are the bars that connect the outer ring to the centre.輻條是輪子上連接外圈與中心的條棒。
    14 anticipation iMTyh     
    n.預期,預料,期望
    參考例句:
    • We waited at the station in anticipation of her arrival.我們在車站等著,期待她的到來。
    • The animals grew restless as if in anticipation of an earthquake.各種動物都變得焦躁不安,像是感到了地震即將發生。
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