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  • “ SUDAN”
    • The total number of languages used or spoken
    • in Sudan is 142. Of those, 133 are currently
    • spoken and 9 languages are extinct.
    • Sudan's official languages are Arabic and
    • English.
    • The lingua franca in Southern Sudan is a
    • variantof Arabic called Juba Arabic.
    SUDAN LANGUAGE
  • SUDAN POLITICS
    • The politics of Sudan takes place in the framework of a presidential representative democratic consociationalist republic, where the President of Sudan is Head of State, Head of Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Sudanese Armed Forces in a multi-party system.
    • Legislative power is vested in both the government and in the two chambers, the National Assembly and the Council of States, of the bicameral National Legislature.
  • SUDAN RELIGION
    • Seventy percent of the population adheres to Islam, while the remainder of the population follows either animist and indigenous beliefs (twenty-five percent) or Christianity (five percent).
    • Islam predominates in the north, while traditional indigenous beliefs (animism) and Christianity are prevalent in the south.
  • SUDAN GEOGRAPHY
    • Sudan is located in northeastern Africa. It borders the Red Sea between Egypt on the north and Eritrea and Ethiopia on the southeast; it borders Chad and the Central African Republic on the west. It is the largest country in Africa.
    • Its capital is Khartoum, which serves as the political, cultural and commercial centre of the nation, while Omdurman is the largest city.
  • SUDAN ECONOMY
    • Oil is Sudan's main export, and the production is increasing dramatically.
    • Rich mineral resources are available in Sudan including: petroleum, natural gas, gold, silver, chromite, asbestos, manganese, gypsum, mica, zinc, iron, lead, uranium, copper, kaolin, cobalt, granite, nickel, tin and aluminum.
    • Agriculture production remains Sudan's most-important sector.
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