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The vice president of Sudan is the second highest political position obtainable in Sudan. Currently there is a provision for one de facto vice president, deputy chairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, who is appointed by the Chairman of the Council. Historically (in the 1972–1983 and 2005–2011 periods) either the first or the second vice president was from Southern Sudan (now independent South Sudan). From 2011 until the abolition of the post in 2019, the second vice president was from Darfur.

Vice President of the
Republic of Sudan
Incumbent
Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo
Deputy Chairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council

since 11 November 2021
Member ofTransitional Sovereignty Council
ResidenceKhartoum, Sudan
AppointerChairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council
General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan
Term length39 months
FormationMay 1969(First Vice President)
First holderBabiker Awadalla(First Vice President)

Contents

First vice presidents

Title Portrait Name Term of office Party President Refs
Deputy Chairman of the NRCC Babiker Awadalla May 1969 1971 Independent Jaafar Nimeiry
Vice President Abel Alier
1971 1972 Southern Front
First Vice President Major Gen.
Mohamed Al-Baghir Ahmed
1972 1976 Military /
Sudanese Socialist Union
Major
Abuelgasim Mohamed Hashim
1976 1979 Military /
Sudanese Socialist Union
Lt. General
Abdul Majid Hamid Khalil
1979 1982 Military /
Sudanese Socialist Union
Major Gen.
Omar Muhammad al-Tayib
1982 April 1985 Military /
Sudanese Socialist Union
Deputy Chairman of the Transitional Military Council Taj el-Deen Abdallah Fadl April 1985 May 1986 Abdel Rahman Swar al-Dahab
Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Council Abd al-Rahman Saeed 1986 1989 Ahmed al-Mirghani
Deputy Chairman of the RCCNS Major Gen.
Zubair Mohamed Salih
June 1989 October 1993 Military /
National Congress Party
Omar al-Bashir
Vice President October 1993 February 1994
First Vice President February 1994 12 February 1998
Ali Osman Taha February 1998 9 January 2005 National Congress Party
John Garang
9 January 2005 30 July 2005
Sudan People's Liberation Movement
Salva Kiir Mayardit
11 August 2005 9 July 2011
Sudan People's Liberation Movement
Ali Osman Taha 13 September 2011 6 December 2013 National Congress Party
Bakri Hassan Saleh
7 December 2013 23 February 2019 National Congress Party
Lt. General
Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf
23 February 2019 11 April 2019 Military /
National Congress Party
Deputy Chairman of the Transitional Military Council Lt. General
Kamal Abdel-Marouf al-Mahi
11 April 2019 13 April 2019 Military Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf
Lt. General
Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo
13 April 2019 21 August 2019 Military Abdel Fattah al-Burhan
Deputy Chairman of the Sovereignty Council 21 August 2019 24 October 2021

Second vice presidents

Title Portrait Name Term of office Party President Refs
Deputy Chairman of the NRCC Major Gen.
Khalid Hassan Abbas
May 1969 1971 Military Jaafar Nimeiry
Second Vice President Abel Alier
1972 1982 Southern Front
Joseph Lagu
1982 April 1985 Sudan African National Union
George Kongor Arop
February 1994 October 2000 National Congress Party Omar al-Bashir
Moses Kacoul Machar
February 2001 January 2005
Ali Osman Taha 9 July 2005 13 September 2011 National Congress Party
Alhaj Adam Yousef
13 September 2011 7 December 2013 National Congress Party
Hassabu Mohamed Abdalrahman
7 December 2013 10 September 2018 National Congress Party
Osman Kebir
10 September 2018 11 April 2019 National Congress Party

Third vice presidents

Title Portrait Name Term of office Party President Refs
Third Vice President Rashid Bakr
11 August 1976 10 September 1977 Sudanese Socialist Union Jaafar Nimeiry
Major Gen.
Omar Muhammad al-Tayib
1981 1982 Military /
Sudanese Socialist Union

Senior assistants to the president

Title Portrait Name Term of office Party President Refs
Senior Assistant to the President Riek Machar
7 August 1997 31 January 2000 South Sudan Independence Movement Omar al-Bashir
Minni Minnawi
23 April 2007 6 December 2010 Sudan Liberation Movement/Army

Assistants to the president

Advisors to the president

  1. From Southern Sudan.
  2. Also Head of the State Security Organization.
  3. Died in the 1998 Sudan Air Force crash.
  4. Died in office.
  5. Left position when South Sudan became independent.
  6. Also served as Prime Minister of Sudan from March 2017 to October 2018.
  7. Position reserved for a National Congress Party representative from Darfur.
  8. From South Darfur.
  9. From North Darfur.
  10. Also Prime Minister, possibly also Third Vice President in 1977–1979.
  11. From Darfur.
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  2. Sudan Presidency: The First Vice–Presidents of the Republic Archived December 24, 2013, at the Wayback Machine
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  6. "The Transitional Military Council: April 1985- June 1986 » Presidency of the Republic - Presidential Palace". Presidency.gov.sd. Retrieved23 April 2019.
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  8. "SUDAN UPDATE : Raising the stakes: Oil and conflict in Sudan"(PDF). Sudanupdate.org. Retrieved23 April 2019.
  9. "Salva Kiir and Ali Osman appointed deputies of Sudan's President - Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan". Sudantribune.com. Retrieved23 April 2019.
  10. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 29 September 2011. Retrieved23 September 2011.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  11. "Sudan appoints new vice president". Ahram Online. 8 December 2013. Retrieved21 October 2016.
  12. Hashim, Mohanad (25 February 2019). "Bashir's state of emergency fails to end Sudan protests". BBC News. Retrieved26 February 2019.
  13. "Hamdan Dagalo Appointed as Deputy Head of Sudan's Transitional Military Council". 7dnews.com.
  14. "RSF militia commander sworn-in as Sudan's interim Vice-President". Radio Dabanga.
  15. "Sudan: Constitutional Decree On Appointment of Sovereignty Council Issued". allAfrica.com. 21 August 2019.
  16. Sudan Presidency: Vice–Presidents of the Republic Archived December 24, 2013, at the Wayback Machine
  17. Africa South of the Sahara 2003. Psychology Press. 31 October 2002. ISBN 9781857431315. Retrieved23 April 2019 – via Google Books.
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  19. "allAfrica.com: Sudan: Hassabu Mohamed Abdul-Rahman Appointed As Vice - President". allAfrica.com.
  20. Europa World Year Book 1985, Volume II, p. 2625

Vice President of Sudan Article Talk Language Watch Edit The vice president of Sudan is the second highest political position obtainable in Sudan Currently there is a provision for one de facto vice president deputy chairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council who is appointed by the Chairman of the Council Historically in the 1972 1983 and 2005 2011 periods either the first or the second vice president was from Southern Sudan now independent South Sudan From 2011 until the abolition of the post in 2019 the second vice president was from Darfur Vice President of the Republic of SudanFlag of SudanIncumbent Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo Deputy Chairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council since 11 November 2021Member ofTransitional Sovereignty CouncilResidenceKhartoum SudanAppointerChairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council General Abdel Fattah al BurhanTerm length39 months 1 FormationMay 1969 First Vice President First holderBabiker Awadalla First Vice President Contents 1 Vice presidents 1 1 First vice presidents 1 2 Second vice presidents 1 3 Third vice presidents 2 Assistants and advisors to the president 2 1 Senior assistants to the president 2 2 Assistants to the president 2 3 Advisors to the president 3 See also 4 Notes 5 ReferencesVice presidents EditFirst vice presidents Edit Title Portrait Name Term of office Party President RefsDeputy Chairman of the NRCC Babiker Awadalla May 1969 1971 Independent Jaafar Nimeiry 2 Vice President Abel Alier a 1971 1972 Southern FrontFirst Vice President Major Gen Mohamed Al Baghir Ahmed 1972 1976 Military Sudanese Socialist Union 2 3 Major Abuelgasim Mohamed Hashim 1976 1979 Military Sudanese Socialist Union 2 Lt General Abdul Majid Hamid Khalil 1979 1982 Military Sudanese Socialist Union 4 2 Major Gen Omar Muhammad al Tayib b 1982 April 1985 Military Sudanese Socialist Union 5 2 Deputy Chairman of the Transitional Military Council Taj el Deen Abdallah Fadl April 1985 May 1986 Abdel Rahman Swar al Dahab 6 Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Council Abd al Rahman Saeed 1986 1989 Ahmed al MirghaniDeputy Chairman of the RCCNS Major Gen Zubair Mohamed Salih June 1989 October 1993 Military National Congress Party Omar al Bashir 7 2 Vice President October 1993 February 1994First Vice President February 1994 12 February 1998 c 8 Ali Osman Taha February 1998 9 January 2005 National Congress Party 8 John Garang a 9 January 2005 30 July 2005 d Sudan People s Liberation Movement 2 Salva Kiir Mayardit a 11 August 2005 9 July 2011 e Sudan People s Liberation Movement 2 9 Ali Osman Taha 13 September 2011 6 December 2013 National Congress Party 2 10 Bakri Hassan Saleh f 7 December 2013 23 February 2019 National Congress Party 11 Lt General Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf 23 February 2019 11 April 2019 Military National Congress Party 12 Deputy Chairman of the Transitional Military Council Lt General Kamal Abdel Marouf al Mahi 11 April 2019 13 April 2019 Military Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf 13 Lt General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo 13 April 2019 21 August 2019 Military Abdel Fattah al Burhan 14 Deputy Chairman of the Sovereignty Council 21 August 2019 24 October 2021 15 Second vice presidents Edit Title Portrait Name Term of office Party President RefsDeputy Chairman of the NRCC Major Gen Khalid Hassan Abbas May 1969 1971 Military Jaafar Nimeiry 16 Second Vice President Abel Alier a 1972 1982 Southern Front 8 3 Joseph Lagu a 1982 April 1985 Sudan African National Union 8 George Kongor Arop a February 1994 October 2000 National Congress Party Omar al Bashir 17 16 Moses Kacoul Machar a February 2001 January 2005 16 Ali Osman Taha 9 July 2005 13 September 2011 National Congress Party 9 Alhaj Adam Yousef g 13 September 2011 7 December 2013 National Congress Party 18 Hassabu Mohamed Abdalrahman h 7 December 2013 10 September 2018 National Congress Party 19 Osman Kebir i 10 September 2018 11 April 2019 National Congress PartyThird vice presidents Edit Title Portrait Name Term of office Party President RefsThird Vice President Rashid Bakr j 11 August 1976 10 September 1977 Sudanese Socialist Union Jaafar Nimeiry 20 16 Major Gen Omar Muhammad al Tayib 1981 1982 Military Sudanese Socialist Union 16 Assistants and advisors to the president EditSenior assistants to the president Edit Title Portrait Name Term of office Party President RefsSenior Assistant to the President Riek Machar a 7 August 1997 31 January 2000 South Sudan Independence Movement Omar al Bashir Minni Minnawi k 23 April 2007 6 December 2010 Sudan Liberation Movement ArmyAssistants to the president Edit Nafii Ali Nafii Ahmed Musa Mohamed Ahmed from Eastern SudanAdvisors to the president Edit Shartai Jaafar Abdel Hakam 11 January 2012 See also EditPolitics of Sudan List of governors of pre independence Sudan List of heads of state of Sudan List of heads of government of Sudan List of current Vice Presidents Lists of office holdersNotes Edit a b c d e f g h From Southern Sudan Also Head of the State Security Organization Died in the 1998 Sudan Air Force crash Died in office Left position when South Sudan became independent Also served as Prime Minister of Sudan from March 2017 to October 2018 Position reserved for a National Congress Party representative from Darfur From South Darfur From North Darfur Also Prime Minister possibly also Third Vice President in 1977 1979 From Darfur References Edit Sudan Civilian majority ruling council sworn in Deutsche Welle 21 August 2019 Retrieved 24 August 2019 a b c d e f g h i Sudan Presidency The First Vice Presidents of the Republic Archived December 24 2013 at the Wayback Machine a b Reference Aid PDF Cia gov Retrieved 23 April 2019 Sudan Role in Government Data mongabay com Retrieved 23 April 2019 Collins Robert O 23 April 2019 Civil Wars and Revolution in the Sudan Essays on the Sudan Southern Sudan and Darfur 1962 2004 Tsehai Publishers p 53 ISBN 9780974819877 Retrieved 23 April 2019 via Google Books The Transitional Military Council April 1985 June 1986 Presidency of the Republic Presidential Palace Presidency gov sd Retrieved 23 April 2019 الصفحة الرئيسة رئاسة الجمهورية القصر الجمهوري Presidency gov sd Retrieved 23 April 2019 a b c d SUDAN UPDATE Raising the stakes Oil and conflict in Sudan PDF Sudanupdate org Retrieved 23 April 2019 a b Salva Kiir and Ali Osman appointed deputies of Sudan s President Sudan Tribune Plural news and views on Sudan Sudantribune com Retrieved 23 April 2019 Archived copy Archived from the original on 29 September 2011 Retrieved 23 September 2011 a href wiki Template Cite web title Template Cite web cite web a CS1 maint archived copy as title link Sudan appoints new vice president Ahram Online 8 December 2013 Retrieved 21 October 2016 Hashim Mohanad 25 February 2019 Bashir s state of emergency fails to end Sudan protests BBC News Retrieved 26 February 2019 Hamdan Dagalo Appointed as Deputy Head of Sudan s Transitional Military Council 7dnews com RSF militia commander sworn in as Sudan s interim Vice President Radio Dabanga Sudan Constitutional Decree On Appointment of Sovereignty Council Issued allAfrica com 21 August 2019 a b c d e Sudan Presidency Vice Presidents of the Republic Archived December 24 2013 at the Wayback Machine Africa South of the Sahara 2003 Psychology Press 31 October 2002 ISBN 9781857431315 Retrieved 23 April 2019 via Google Books Archived copy Archived from the original on 11 August 2011 Retrieved 19 July 2011 a href wiki Template Cite web title Template Cite web cite web a CS1 maint archived copy as title link allAfrica com Sudan Hassabu Mohamed Abdul Rahman Appointed As Vice President allAfrica com Europa World Year Book 1985 Volume II p 2625 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Vice President of Sudan amp oldid 1094051676, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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