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Affiliations: 1: LLB; LLM: Justice of the Supreme Court of the Sudan. Editor's note: The first survey on Sudan was contributed in vol. 1 (1994) of this Yearbook by Dr Safia Safwat. Unfortunately, she was unable to contribute in 1995. This year we have been able to secure the services of a new contributor for Sudan, Justice John Wuol Makec, who has dealt with and brings up to date the position on the Constitution of 1995 and has dealt in some detail with three aspects of the legal systems of the Sudan, namely customary law, advocates and legal aid and the interpretation of statutes and has also provided a bibliography. We are extremely grateful to him.


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