Sudan’s Constitution of 2005
Article 123. 1. The National judicial authority in the Republic of the Sudan shall be vested in the National Judiciary. 2. The National Judiciary shall be independent of the Legislature and the Executive, with the necessary financial and administrative independence. 3. The National Judiciary shall have judicial competence to adjudicate on disputes and render judgments in accordance with the law. 4. The Chief Justice of the Republic of the Sudan, who is the head of the National Judiciary and the President of the National Supreme Court, shall be answerable to the President of the Republic for the administration of the National Judiciary. 5. All organs and institutions of the State shall execute the judgments and orders of the courts. […]
Judicial Council or Parallel Institution
Article 129. The National Judicial Service Commission 1. The President of the Republic, after consultation within the Presidency, shall establish a commission to be known as the National Judicial Service Commission to undertake the overall management of the National Judiciary; its composition and functions shall be prescribed by law. 2. The Chief Justice of the Republic of the Sudan, as the head of the National Judiciary, shall chair the National Judicial Service Commission. 3. The National Judicial Service Commission shall regulate the relations between judiciaries at the National, Southern Sudan and states level. In the case of Southern Sudan, the regulation shall be made in consultation with the President of the Supreme Court of Southern Sudan.
Attorney General’s Office
Article 133. Public Attorneys 1. The public attorneys and the State legal advisors shall be under the National Minister of Justice to advise the State, represent it in public prosecution, litigation and adjudication, and conduct pre-trial proceedings. They shall recommend law reform, strive to protect public and private rights, advise on legal matters and render legal aid. 2. The National Minister of Justice is the chief legal advisor of the National Government; he shall be the prosecuting authority at the national level and at the northern states and may perform any such other functions of legal character as may be prescribed by law. […]