Jamhuryat es-Sudan (Republic of Sudan)
  • Brian Hunter
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


HISTORY. In Dec. 1955 the Sudanese parliament passed unanimously a declaration that an independent state should be set up, and a Council of State of 5 should temporarily assume the duties of Head of State. The Codomini, the UK and Egypt, gave their assent on 31 Dec. 1955 and Sudan was proclaimed a sovereign independent republic on 1 Jan. 1956.


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Further Reading

  1. Craig, G. M. (ed.) Agriculture of the Sudan. OUP, 1991Google Scholar
  2. Daly, M. W., Sudan. [Bibliography] Oxford and Santa Barbara, 1983Google Scholar
  3. Gurdon, C., Sudan in Transition: A Political Risk Analysis. London, 1986Google Scholar
  4. Halasa, A., et al. The Return to Democracy in Sudan. Geneva, 1986Google Scholar
  5. Holt, P.M., A Modern History of the Sudan. New York, 3rd ed. 1979Google Scholar
  6. Khalid, M., The Government They Deserve: the Role of the Elite in Sudan’s Political Evolution. London, 1990Google Scholar
  7. Woodward, P., Sudan, 1898–1989: the Unstable State. London, 1991Google Scholar

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