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List of heads of government of Sudan

Prime Minister of the Republic of Sudan
Appointer President of Sudan
Formation 1 January 1956
First holder Ismail al-Azhari
Final holder Sadiq al-Mahdi
Abolished 30 June 1989
Succession None
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Sudan
Constitution

This is a list of heads of government of Sudan, from the establishment of the office of Chief Minister in 1952 until 1989 when the office of Prime Minister was abolished after the coup d'état.

Contents

  • History of the office 1
  • Heads of Government of Sudan (1952–present) 2
    • Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (1952–1956) 2.1
    • Republic of the Sudan (1956–1969) 2.2
    • Democratic Republic of the Sudan (1969–1985) 2.3
    • Republic of the Sudan (1985–present) 2.4
  • See also 3
  • Notes 4
  • External links 5

History of the office

Heads of Government of Sudan (1952–present)

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (1952–1956)

Name Birth–Death Took office Left office Political Party
Chief Ministers
1 Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi[1] 1885–1959 22 October 1952 November 1953 National Umma Party
2 Ismail al-Azhari 1900–1969 6 January 1954 1 January 1956 Democratic Unionist Party

Republic of the Sudan (1956–1969)

Prime Ministers
(2) Ismail al-Azhari 1900–1969 1 January 1956 5 July 1956 Democratic Unionist Party
3 Abdallah Khalil 1892–1970 5 July 1956 17 November 1958[2] National Umma Party
4 Ibrahim Abboud 1900–1983 18 November 1958 30 October 1964[3] Military
5 Sirr Al-Khatim Al-Khalifa 1919–2006 30 October 1964 2 June 1965 National Umma Party
6 Muhammad Ahmad Mahgoub 1908–1976 10 June 1965 25 July 1966 National Umma Party
7 Sadiq al-Mahdi[4] 1935– 27 July 1966 18 May 1967 National Umma Party
(6) Muhammad Ahmad Mahgoub 1908–1976 18 May 1967 25 May 1969[5] National Umma Party

Democratic Republic of the Sudan (1969–1985)

Prime Ministers
8 Babiker Awadalla 1917– 25 May 1969 27 October 1969 Independent
9 Gaafar Nimeiry 1930–2009 28 October 1969 11 August 1976[6] Military /
Sudanese Socialist Union
10 Rashid Bakr 1932–1988 11 August 1976 10 September 1977 Sudanese Socialist Union
(9) Gaafar Nimeiry 1930–2009 10 September 1977 6 April 1985[7] Military /
Sudanese Socialist Union
11 Al-Jazuli Daf'allah 1935– 22 April 1985 15 December 1985 Independent

Republic of the Sudan (1985–present)

Prime Ministers
(11) Al-Jazuli Daf'allah 1935– 15 December 1985 6 May 1986 Independent
(7) Sadiq al-Mahdi[4] 1935– 6 May 1986 30 June 1989[8] National Umma Party
Post Abolished (30 June 1989 – Present)

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Posthumous son of Muhammad Ahmad. Imam of the Ansar
  2. ^ Carried out a self-coup against his own government
  3. ^ Resigned after mass protests
  4. ^ a b Grandson of Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi. Imam of the Ansar
  5. ^ Deposed in the 1969 coup d'état
  6. ^ Briefly interrupted during the 19–22 July 1971 coup d'état
  7. ^ Deposed in the 1985 coup d'état
  8. ^ Deposed in the 1989 coup d'état

External links

  • World Statesmen - Sudan
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