Prime minister of Sudan

List of heads of government of The Sudan

(Dates in italics indicate "de facto "continuation of office)

Political affiliations

*NUP - National Unionist Party
*SSU - Sudanese Socialist Union
*UMMA - Umma Party
*Mil - Military
*n-p - Non-partisan

ee also

*List of Presidents of Sudan
*List of Presidents of the Government of Southern Sudan
*List of Vice-Presidents of the Government of Southern Sudan
*Lists of Incumbents

Sudan topics

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