Public Holidays in Sudan

Public Holidays in Sudan Last updated on Wednesday 28th April 2010

All regular Islamic holidays and festivals are kept, with the following additions:

1st January: Independence Day, commemorating the birth of the Sudanese Republic in 1956.

30 June: The Inqaz (Salvation) Revolution Day; commemorating National Islamic Front seizure of power by a military coup overthrowing the democratically-elected government of the former Prime Minister Sadiq al-Mahdi in 1989.

25th December: Christmas Day

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