A kindOn Tuesday, at least two people were killed in sporadic protests against the military government in N’Djamena and southern Chad.
A reporter from Agence France-Presse reported that after the conflict, calm people returned in the capital early in the morning.
In Paris, French President Emmanuel Macron “strongly condemned the repression” and called for a “peaceful, democratic and inclusive transition.” He was the only Western head of state to attend the funeral of Mr. Derby in N’Djamena on Friday. His son’s succession brought him “French support” and the “civil political process” in the Sahel. -Military transition”.
France considers Chad to be the main military ally fighting the jihadists in the Sahel.
Just as his father ruled the country’s system with an iron fist, his son, General Mahamat Idriss Déby, was the head of the Transitional Military Council (CMT) composed of 15 generals and banned The protests on Tuesday requested by the opposition and the opposition. Civil society condemned the “institutional coup” and “dynastic succession” of power.
According to an Agence France-Presse reporter, dozens of people gathered in different parts of the capital in the morning, trying to avoid the ubiquitous police using tear gas to disperse them.
Several witnesses reported “several deaths” in N’Djamena, but they could not be confirmed from independent sources. The prosecution only confirmed the death of a woman killed by a “demonstrator”.
Roger Djimasngar, an official in the N’Djamena mortuary, told AFP: “I received the body of a 19-year-old man who was shot in the chest.”
In N’Djamena, “the demonstrators attacked a bus in Dembe district, some passengers fled, but a woman was still killed by the demonstrators,” prosecutor Yusuf Tom told AFP.
Ali Kolla also announced to Agence France-Presse over the phone: “One person died in Meng Du. He died during the demonstration this morning. We have no exact circumstances of the death. He is a 21-year-old young man. People.” The prosecutor of Chad’s second city, located about 400 kilometers south of N’Djamena.
Police officers fired at the young man who had just thrown stones at the car, and he told AFP Ahmat Malloum, a senior official in the state media of Mundo.
-“Tired of the monarchy”-
Sara said at a small gathering in N’Djamena in the 1930s: “We have had enough, we have had enough, and we are tired of the monarchy of Chad.”
The burnt tires with black marks littered with tar, while the other tires were still burning. The explosion of tear gas reverberated here and there.
Idriss Déby Itno’s historical opponent Saleh Kebzabo said on Twitter: “The soldiers declared this color: rule in the blood. The police told young people Live ammunition was fired to suppress the peaceful march.”