Civil Registry announces over 37 million Sudanese registered
The Director of the Civil Registry in Sudan announced more than 37 million citizens in the country have been registered.
Civil Registry director Yasser Mubarak revealed to Sudan News Agency (SUNA) that 37,938,429 Sudanese citizens have been registered in their records.
The Director of the Civil Registry emphasized the need to register all citizens and their social statuses, pointing out that identity has become “a crucial issue.”
He noted that his administration throughout Sudan has 69 fixed centers and 4 service complexes in Khartoum, in addition to mobile units covering remote areas.
Mubarak indicated that there are 15 registration centers in the White Nile state alone, and that the General Administration of Civil Registry contains the largest, most accurate and comprehensive database.
He also pointed out a plan towards digitizing transactions in the country and linking them to the civil registry during “the coming period.”