The value of assets and stakes in various companies owned by the former president, his family members and his associates is estimated at between $ 3.5 billion and $ 4 billion.
Omar al-Bashir has ruled Sudan for 30 years and was ousted by the military in a coup on April 11, 2019, following mass public demonstrations.
The army set up a temporary military council, dissolved parliament and suspended the constitution.
In September 2019, a transitional government was established.
In December, the former head of state was sentenced to two years in prison on corruption charges.