Source: Still Sudan (Blog)
A senior official in the ministry of interior in Khartoum announced on Wednesday that the responsible departments have drafted a set of amendments to the passports and immigration law in order to address the increasing foreign presence in the country. The amendments under consideration are intended to curb illegal immigration, and settle the situation of Southern Sudanese following secession as foreigners. The amendments however may well bend, as convenience may imply, to political calculus.
Read further on Still Sudan blog (Magdi El Gizouli).