System Of Government
system of government
Sudan has adopted the Presidential System where President of the Republic is directly elected from all citizens who reached the age of (18) provided that any citizen is entitled to be a candidate for the post of President of the Republic irrespective of whether he/she is a representative of a registered party or non-registered party or he/she is not a member of a party.
The Country has been divided into 25 states that enjoy wide-range of legislative and executive powers while the Center's role, represented by its federal ministry, is limited in planning and approving general policies.
Local Governance is considered one of the governance' pillars, for each state is composed of some localities which undertake, through popular organs, mission of planning, executing and managing all educational, health, agricultural, handicraft and service activities at the level of localities.
Governance system is composed of three powers: The Legislature, The Executive Power and The Judiciary.
State of the Judiciary System under the National Governance Systems, The Judiciary, The Executive Power, The Legislature .