Sudan’s Hassan quits


Sabir Mohamed Hassan, the governor of the Bank of Sudan, has announced his resignation from the central bank after agreeing not to seek a fourth term as governor.

The Bank of Sudan on Sunday said Hassan, whose third consecutive five-year term expires on Monday, asked Sudan's President Omar Al-Bashir in December not renew his contract. Hassan said his age and the length of time he had spent as governor of the central bank were the reasons behind his decision, in addition to its impact on family

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