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Vice President of Sudan

 

Vice President of Sudan

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Sudan
Constitution

Vice President of Sudan is the second highest political position obtainable in Sudan. Currently there is a provision for two Vice Presidents, who are appointed by the President of Sudan.

Contents

  • Vice Presidents 1
    • First Vice Presidents 1.1
    • Second Vice Presidents 1.2
    • Third Vice Presidents 1.3
  • Assistants and advisors to the President 2
    • Senior Assistants to the President 2.1
    • Assistants to the President 2.2
    • Advisors to the President 2.3
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Vice Presidents

First Vice Presidents

Title Name Inaugurated Left Office Notes
Deputy Chairman of Junta Babiker Awadalla 1969 1971 [1]
Vice President Abel Alier 1971 1972 From Southern Sudan
First Vice President Major Gen. Mohamed Al-Baghir Ahmed 1972 1976 [1]
First Vice President Major Abuelgasim Mohamed Hashim 1976 1979 [1]
First Vice President Lt. General Abdul Majid Hamid Khalil 1979 1982 [2][1]
First Vice President Major Gen. Omar Muhammad al-Tayib 1982 1985 [3][1] Also Head of the State Security Organization
Vice President Abd al-Rahman Saeed 1986 1989
Deputy Chairman of Junta Major Gen. Zubair Mohamed Salih June 1989 October 1993 [1]
Vice President Major Gen. Zubair Mohamed Salih October 1993 February 1994
First Vice President Major Gen. Zubair Mohamed Salih February 1994 February 12, 1998 [4]
First Vice President Ali Osman Taha February 1998 January 9, 2005 [4]
First Vice President John Garang January 9, 2005 July 30, 2005 [1]From Southern Sudan
First Vice President Salva Kiir Mayardit August 11, 2005 July 9, 2011 [1]From Southern Sudan[5] Left when South Sudan became independent.
First Vice President Ali Osman Taha September 13, 2011 December 6, 2013 [1][6]
First Vice President Bakri Hassan Saleh December 7, 2013 Incumbent

Second Vice Presidents

Title Name Inaugurated Left Office Notes
Deputy Chairman of Junta Major Gen. Khalid Hassan Abbas 1969 1971 [7]
Second Vice President Abel Alier 1972 1982 From Southern Sudan[4]
Second Vice President Joseph Lagu 1982 1985 From Southern Sudan[4]
Second Vice President George Kongor Arop February 1994 October 2000 From Southern Sudan[8][7]
Second Vice President Moses Kacoul Machar February 2001 January 2005 [7]From Southern Sudan
Second Vice President Ali Osman Taha July 9, 2005 September 13, 2011 [5]
Second Vice President Alhaj Adam Yousef September 13, 2011 December 7, 2013 Position reserved for a National Congress Party representative from Darfur [9]
Second Vice President Hassabu Mohamed Abdalrahman December 7, 2013 Incumbent

Third Vice Presidents

Title Name Inaugurated Left Office Notes
Third Vice President Rashid Bakr[10] August 11, 1976 September 10, 1977 Also Prime Minister, possibly also 1977–1979[7]
Third Vice President Major Gen. Omar Muhammad al-Tayib 1981 1982 [7]

Assistants and advisors to the President

Senior Assistants to the President

  • Riek Machar (7 August 1997 – 31 January 2000) - from Southern Sudan
  • Minni Minnawi (23 April 2007 – 6 December 2010) - from Darfur

Assistants to the President

Advisors to the President

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Sudan Presidency: The First Vice–Presidents of the Republic
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ [2]
  4. ^ a b c d [3]
  5. ^ a b [4]
  6. ^ http://www.sudantribune.com/Sudan-s-Bashir-promotes-Taha-to,40146
  7. ^ a b c d e Sudan Presidency: Vice–Presidents of the Republic
  8. ^ [5]
  9. ^ http://www.radiodabanga.org/node/16402
  10. ^ 'Europa World Year Book 1985, Volume II, p. 2625
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