The present paper is part of unpublished book that analyzes the political, social and economic collapse of the Sudan. Economic, social and distributive disparities triggered a process for the disintegration of the nation under the pretext of imposing Islamic Sharia Laws. A pronounced prominent conflict are manifested for new mechanisms to redistribute the wealth, especially after the secession of the country's Southern Region in January 2011. A leviathan regime extracted the economic surpluses which enhanced poverty, civil wars and diffused cries for further secession. The current paper bluntly proposes mechanisms to halt the sequestered civil rights and enhance a redistributive process.