The opposition launched a demonstration against the opposition generals who came to power on April 20 after the death of President Idris Derby.
On Tuesday, April 27, two people died in Chad during a protest against the military government after the death of Chadian President Idriss Déby Itno. Ali Kolla Brahim, the prosecutor of Chad’s second city, said a 21-year-old man in Mundu, in the south of the country, was killed.
“A student threw a stone at the police car, the police fired a live ammunition, and the student died immediately.”, Said Ahmat Malloum, a senior official in charge of the state media in Mundo.
In N’Djamena, the capital of the country, “The demonstrators attacked a bus in the Dembe area. Some passengers fled, but a woman remained behind and was killed by the demonstrators.”Youssouf Tom, the city prosecutor of the Agence France-Presse (AFP), assured.
Some opposition political parties and civil society organizations launched demonstrations against the transitional military council led by the late President’s son General Mahamad Idris Derby and 14 other generals.
According to the military, on April 20, the 37-year-old general came to power at the head of CMT. One day after his father’s death, according to the military, he was killed in a fight against rebels in the north of the country.Since then, the CMT abolished the constitution and dissolved the government and the National Assembly, but General Mahmat Idris Derby has promised “Free and Democratic Election” Within eighteen months. He received the titles of President of the Republic and Supreme Chief of the Army.
But the opposition believes that CMT is “An institution called illegal and illegal by France, believing that it has imposed a new military dictatorship on the Chadians”.Chad’s Convention for the Defence of Human Rights asked its activists to participate on Monday “Enthusiastic about peace and justice, we must go out collectively” Carnival
In the eastern part of the capital, dozens of demonstrators burned tires on secondary roads. The police deployed on a large scale in N’Djamena used tear gas to disperse them at the beginning of the rally.
“We are fed up, fed up, fed up with Chad monarchy”The protester Sarah told AFP.Behind her, young people running around, yelling «Police, police». As the security forces approached the pick-up, about twenty demonstrators fled.
By the early morning, black tire tracks were scattered on the tar, while the other tires were still burning, tear gas grenades reverberating here and there. In the Waria district in the south of the capital, a protester was beaten by the police.