Sudan’s Constitutional Charter for the 2019 transitional period establishes citizenship for anyone born to a Sudanese mother or father while making provisions for naturalization laws. Additionally, the constitution prohibits human trafficking and forced labor in any form and protects several important rights such as the right to travel, to change one’s place of residence, to leave the country, and to return. In regards to displaced persons and refugees, the constitution adheres to relevant international standards in the compensation and return of properties, the protection of their human rights during the return process and after, and establishing their right to participate in politics.
Law No. 21 amends the 1963 Nationality Act and makes important changes around dual citizenship by allowing Bahraini citizens to acquire another nationality with prior approval from the Ministry of the Interior and Cabinet.