Nominate. He was the last prime minister of Idriss Déby Itno. On Monday, Albert Pahim iPadacké became the head of the transitional government under the order of CMT.
largeChad’s policy has just suspended observers. Regarding the outcome of the events after the death of Idriss Déby Itno, questions have multiplied, the last marshal, the president, the prime minister, Albert Pahim iPadacké, and the last According to a decree signed by the Chairman of the Transitional Military Commission (CMT), Mahamat Idriss Déby, the “rival” of the late head of state, the president was appointed as the head of the transitional government in Chad on Monday. Mr. Pahim iPadacké ranked second in the April 11 presidential election with 10.32% of the votes, far behind the late president, who was re-elected, with 79.32% of the votes in the first round.
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Mr. Pahim iPadacké (Pahim iPadacké) remained in the post of Prime Minister until the post was terminated in 2018. According to the Transitional Charter, he will be the head of the transitional government, and its members will be appointed and disbanded by the son of the former president, Mahamad Idris Derby. When asked about Radio France Internationale, he said that he accepted the appointment because “the situation in his (his) country requires all Chadians to put themselves above all considerations to avoid the common challenge of peace and stability.” He continued: “The current situation in Chad comes from the sacred alliance of the children of the country to save our nation from danger.” In addition, Chad’s special circumstances “do not allow political conflicts to occur. Calculations”. In another decree signed by the strongman of the new regime, Idriss Youssouf Boy (Idriss Youssouf Boy), the foreigner of former President Idris Derby, was appointed as the personal secretary of the CMT President.
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At the funeral of Edriss Déby, France and the G5 Sahel joined forces to fight jihadists in this region of Africa, calling for the establishment of a “military-civilian transition process.” The main opposition parties as well as trade unions and civil society condemned the “institutional coup” last week and called for a “civilian-led transition through inclusive dialogue.”
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