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  1. Sudan - Public and civil servants - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    The Police Regulations, 2003. - Regulations on-line

    Adoption: 2003-12-31 | SDN-2003-R-83476

    Chapter I - Preliminary
    Chapter II - Organization
    Chapter III - Training
    Chapter IV - Recruitment
    Chapter V - Promotion
    Chapter VI - Store, Clothing and Equipment
    Chapter VII - Approved Unit Establishment
    Chapter VIII - Miscellaneous Provisions

  2. Sudan - Public and civil servants - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Public Service Regulations, 1995.

    Adoption: 2001-01-15 | SDN-2001-R-58430

    Comprehensive legislation on public service employment. Makes provision for: organisation of public administration (Chapter II); wages, salaries and conditions of employment (Chapter III); appointments (Chapter IV); examination periods (Chapter V); calculation of previous experience (Chapter VI); duties of employees (Chapter VII); days and hours of work (Chapter VIII); obligation of employees (Chapter IX); evaluations of job performance (Chapter X); employees seniority (Chapter XI); promotions (Chapter XII); transfers (Chapter XIII); detachment (Chapter XIV); holidays (Chapter XV); allowances, bonuses and incentives (Chapter XVI); travel privileges (Chapter XVII); termination of employment (Chapter XVIII); and service files and registers (Chapter XIV).

  3. Sudan - Public and civil servants - Law, Act

    Public Service Act (No. 5 of 1991).

    Adoption: 1994-12-04 | Date of entry into force: 1994-12-04 | SDN-1994-L-57369

    Comprehensive legislation on the public administration. Makes provision for the organisation of the administration (Chapter II); the establishment of a selection committee of the administration at the federal leval and the level of the Wilayas (Chapter III); selection and nomination (Chapter IV); conditions of work (Chapter V), obligations, discipline and appeals (Chapter VI); evaluation and promotion (Chapter VII); training (Chapter VIII); transfer (Chapter IX); holidays and unpaid leave (Chapter X); termination of work and dismissal (Chapter XI), and some related matters.


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