Sudan Comprehensive Peace Agreement

Question 2.3.4e: From 2015 onwards, has the sovereign wealth fund adhered to rules limiting asset class or investment types?, 2.2c: Do rules specify that subnational governments of producing areas should receive a higher share of extractive resource revenues than those of non-producing areas?, 2.2a: Does the central government transfer extractive resource revenues to subnational governments?, 2.3a: Does the country have a natural resource fund which is funded by extractive resource revenues?, 2.2b: Are there specific rules governing the transfer of extractive resource revenues (i.e. are these rules distinct from those governing other types of transfers)?

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Assessment Type Oil and Gas
Questions 2.2a: Does the central government transfer extractive resource revenues to subnational governments?,
2.2b: Are there specific rules governing the transfer of extractive resource revenues (i.e. are these rules distinct from those governing other types of transfers)?,
2.2c: Do rules specify that subnational governments of producing areas should receive a higher share of extractive resource revenues than those of non-producing areas?,
2.3a: Does the country have a natural resource fund which is funded by extractive resource revenues?,
2.3.4e: From 2015 onwards, has the sovereign wealth fund adhered to rules limiting asset class or investment types?
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Year 2004
Sub-component Sovereign wealth funds
Natural Resource Charter Precept Precept 2: Accountability and Transparency, Precept 5: Local Effects, Precept 7: Revenue Distribution, Precept 8: Revenue Volatility, Precept 9: Government Spending
Country Sudan
Source or API link https://unmis.unmissions.org/Portals/UNMIS/Documents/General/cpa-en.pdf
Version 2017 Resource Governance Index
Document Type Policy Document
Publisher UN
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