Sudan has repealed a restrictive public order law that controlled how women acted and dressed in public. On Twitter, Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok paid tribute to women who had 'endured the atrocities that resulted from the implementation of this law.' The country's transitional authorities also dissolved the party of former President Omar al-Bashir. Mr Bashir The post Sudan crisis: Women praise end of strict public order law appeared first on Daily Trust. Click here to read full news..