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Public Institutions and Services

Sudan, English

(1) Resources and common wealth of the Sudan shall be shared equitably to enable each level of government to discharge I ts legal and constitutional responsibilities and duties and to ensure that the quality of life, dignity and living conditions of all citizens are promoted without discrimination on grounds of gender, race, religion, political affiliation, ethnicity, language or region.
… (Art. 185)

Public Institutions and Services

Sudan, English

(4) The State shall provide maternity and child care and medical care for pregnant women.
… (Art. 32)

Public Institutions and Services

Sudan, English

(2) The State shall protect motherhood and women from injustice, promote gender equality and the role of women in family, and empower them in public life. (Art. 15)

Public Institutions and Services

Sudan, English

The State shall promote public health and guarantee equal access and free primary health care to all citizens. (Art. 19)

Public Institutions and Services

Sudan, English

(1) The overarching aims of economic development shall be eradication of poverty, attainment of the Millennium Development Goals, guaranteeing the equitable distribution of wealth, redressing imbalances of income and achieving a decent standard of life for all citizens.
… (Art. 10)

Customary Law

Sudan, English

Human rights and fundamental freedoms as specified in this Constitution, including respect for all religions, beliefs and customs, being of particular significance in the National Capital, which symbolizes national unity, shall be guaranteed and enforced in the National Capital. (Art. 154)

Religious Law

Sudan, English

This Constitution is predicated upon and guided by the following principles:-

(b) religions, beliefs, traditions and customs are the source of moral strength and inspiration for the Sudanese people,
… (Art. 4)

Customary Law

Sudan, English

This Constitution is predicated upon and guided by the following principles:-

(b) religions, beliefs, traditions and customs are the source of moral strength and inspiration for the Sudanese people,
… (Art. 4)

Religious Law

Sudan, English

Without prejudice to the competence of any national institution to promulgate laws, judges and law enforcement agencies shall, in dispensing justice and enforcing law in the National Capital, be guided by the following:

(d) the judicial discretion of courts to impose penalties on non- Muslims shall observe the long-established Sharia principle that non-Muslims are not subject to prescribed penalties and therefore remitted penalties shall apply according to law, … (Art. 156)

Religious Law

Sudan, English

(1) The Presidency shall establish in the National Capital a special commission for the rights of Non-Muslims which shall have the following functions:-
(a) to ensure that the rights of Non-Muslims are protected in accordance with the general principles provided for under Articles 1542 and 1563 of this Constitution,
(b) ensure that Non-Muslims are not adversely affected by the application of the Sharia law in the National Capital.
(2) The special commission shall submit its observations and recommendations to the Presidency. (Art. 157)