Hamdok is expected to form a government of 20 ministers to be selected by the opposition Freedom and Change Alliance on august 28.
The Troika countries (United Kingdom, United States and Norway) congratulate Dr. Abdalla Hamdok on his appointment as prime minister by the Sovereign Council and welcome the extensive professional experience he brings to the role.
The body will replace the transitional military council that took over from longtime ruler Omar al-Bashir when he was forced from power by relentless protests in April.
A civilian leader appointed by the protest movement is to follow Burhan for the next 18 months, according to the deal.
Sudan's main opposition coalition and leading generals have formed a governing council that will head the country during its three-year transition to civilian rule, a spokesman said. All were members in the disbanded military council.
"We must wait and see whether the military transitional council fulfills its commitments", she said.
Defying a month-long curfew, thousands of demonstrators remain camped in front of army headquarters as the protest movement demands power be handed to a civilian government.
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Made up of six civilians and five military officers, it will initially be led by Lt-Gen Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman Burhan. Hemedti has become a growing political force in Sudan and some analysts say he hopes to become president.
Dagalo has been in charge of the Rapid Support Force, a paramilitary group that has been accused for torture, abductions and killings.
Sudan's ruling military council and civilian opposition alliance signed a power-sharing deal at the weekend.
Hanging over the transitional government is the Khartoum massacre on June 3, when armed men dressed in combat fatigues violently broke up a sit-in outside military headquarters in the capital.
The five civilian members include Aisha Mousa, Hasan Sheikh-Eddin Idris, Sidiq Tawer, Mohamed Al-Faki Suleiman and Mohamed Al-Hassan Al-Taishi. He has been the deputy executive secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa since November 2011, but has yet to be confirmed by the Sovereign Council.
The nomination of Hamdok to the role underlines the daunting task of repairing an economy battered by years of USA sanctions and government mismanagement during Bashir's 30-year rule.