President of The Sudan

Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman Burhan, President of Sudan

Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman Burhan, President of SudanLt. Gen. Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman Burhan is a Sudanese Army general and politician who is currently serving as de facto Head of State of Sudan after Former Chairman Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf resigned and transferred control.

He was formerly the head of the Sudanese ground forces.

Omar H.A. Al-Bashir, President of Sudan (since Jun 30, 1989; resigned on Apr 11, 2019)

Omar H.A. Al-Bashir, President of The Sudan (since Jun 30, 1989)Update: On Apr 13, 2015 he is re-elected by winning 94% of the vote)

Omar H.A. Al-Bashir – 1945 – – A sudanese political and military leader. He is currently the President of the Sudan. Al-Bashir comes from a rural and working class background. He was born in the town of Hoshe Bannaga, 100 Km North East of Khartoum. He did his high school education in the Ahlia Middle School in Shendi. His family then moved to Khartoum were he did his secondary school education. He supplemented his education and family income by working in a motor garage. After his Secondary education, he was admitted into the the military academy as a pilot. He earned his wings in the Airborne Forces, and then transferred to the Infantry Brigade. He holds two masters degrees in Military Science from the Sudanese College of Commanders and Malaysia

In 1988, he was put in command of the 8th Brigade in the South of Sudan, fighting the rebellion in the South of the Country. In June of 1989, with a group of middle rank military officers, he staged a coup d’etat against the elected Coalition government of Sadiq Al-Mahdi.

His policy of Islamization of the Sudan and implementation of the Islamic Law (Sharia) has enraged and fueled the already ongoing war in the South of the Country. Due to the misguided economic and political policies of his government, the economic downturn and the degradation of the state and social institutions in the Sudan continues.