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Vice President of Sudan
Vice President of Sudan is the second highest political position obtainable in Sudan. Currently there is a provision for two Vice Presidents, who are appointed by the President of Sudan. Historically either the First or the Second Vice President was from Southern Sudan. Since 2011, the Second Vice President has been from Darfur.
First Vice Presidents
Second Vice Presidents
Third Vice Presidents
Third Vice President
Rashid Bakr  August 11, 1976
September 10, 1977
Also Prime Minister, possibly also 1977-1979  Third Vice President
Omar Muhammad al-Tayib
Assistants and advisors to the President
Senior Assistants to the President
Riek Machar (7 August 1997 - 31 January 2000; from Southern Sudan) Minni Minnawi (23 April 2007 - 6 December 2010; from Darfur)
Assistants to the President
Advisors to the President
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