Sudanese Ba'ath Party (Arabic: حزب البعث السوداني, Ḥizb al-Ba‘th al-Sūdānī) is a political party in Sudan.
The party emerged from a split within the pro-Iraqi Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party – Country of Sudan in 2002. Another Sudanese faction, led by Kamal Bolad remained in the pan-Arab party.
In 2010, Mohamed Ali Jadein was a prominent member of the Sudanese Ba'ath Party. In 2013, his group was viewed as having split from the "Ba'ath (Sudan Region) Party".
In late August 2019, Siddiq Tawer (or Siddiq Tower), a prominent member of the Sudanese Ba'ath Party from the Nuba Mountains, became one of the eleven members of the Sovereignty Council, the collective head of state of Sudan during the 2019 Sudanese transition to democracy, scheduled in the Draft Constitutional Declaration to last for 39 months starting August 2019, leading to elections in 2022.