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The parliamentary experience in Sudan has undergone many stages, where it has developed through ages.

The Sudan has recognized shoora practice since Islamic sultanates and kingdoms. The experience has become more rooted in Mahdi state which has  issued circulars and letters that included the principles of rule and judicature which later became the source of legislation. The sittings of Imam Almahdi and Khalipha Abdullah Altaaishi were shoora institutions where the opportunity of expressing opinion was availed.

In November 1953, the first national parliament was elected in Sudan in order to practice its legal role in the country after the end of British administration. Bicameral system (Senate and Congress) was adopted as a result of Prof. Haro recommendation to the Committee formed to establish the autonomy. The bicameral system was followed worldwide after the second world war. After independence the parliament has maintained the bicameral system in the interim constitution of 1956.

The congress was formed of fifty representatives who were selected through elections and appointment. The term of the congress takes three years from the date of holding sittings. It is indissoluble and the sittings are suspended when the congress is dissolved. The congress was then concerned with taking the necessary actions for determination of Sudan political destiny, and to ratify the law of the constituent assembly. This congress has continued until the Army seized power in November.

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22/6/2011

Councils Affairs Committee

Council Affairs Committee meeting No. (27) convened this morning presided over by Lt. Gen.

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29/3/2011

The Assembly contains a parliamentary body Convenes Two Sessions

Lt. Gen. (Staff) Adam Hamid Musa, Speaker of the Council of States met this afternoon with members of North Darfur Legislative Assembly headed by Abd-Elrahman Ahmed Speaker of Legislative Assembly11

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