Decided. The chairman of the Transitional Military Council, Mahamat Idriss Déby, will be able to rely on the support of the Group of Five Sahel and France to maintain the country’s “stability”.
IThe doubt about whether France and the countries of the Sahel region supported the process implemented in Chad after the death of President Idris Deby was soon removed. At the funeral in N’Djamena this Friday, France pledged to support the military government led by the son of the late President of Chad to maintain the “stability” of its allies in the fight against jihadists in the Sahel.
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The son of the late Marshal Derby, the 37-year-old Major General Mahamat Idriss Déby (Mahamat Idriss Déby) is a new soldier in Chad. He is the new strongman in Chad. He is surrounded by his father by Chad’s most loyal generals. He has full power, but after a year and a half of “free and democratic” elections, he promised to establish a new institution. For many opponents, the most violent of them is often the victim of intimidation and violence, and this seizure of power is nothing but an “institutional coup.”
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Just before the start of the ceremony, French President Emmanuel Macron and the other four heads of state of the Sahel Group of Five (Idris Debbie Itno served as the rotating chairman) formed a team supported by Paris. The army fighting against the jihadists testified to the young general. Derby’s views are “unification” and “joint support for the military-civilian transition process to promote stability in the region”. According to a live report from Agence France-Presse, twelve heads of state gathered at the Place de la Nation in the center of N’Djamena. On August 11, the man was shot at 21 cannons and received military honors.
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Among the heads of state and government, Mr. Macron is the closest to the young General Mahmat Derby, and he is the only Westerner. Around them, there are four other G5 countries in the Sahel, which, with the support of France, formed an anti-jihadist military force: Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso and Mauritania. Emmanuel Macron (Emmanuel Macron) met the day before, just a new strongman from Chad, who just got off the plane. A sign to the opposition and experts: France militarily rescued at least twice the regime of the late Idris Derby threatened by the late insurgents in 2008 and 2019, and France seems to continue to provide support for its successors.Macron promised at the funeral: “France will never let anyone, whether today or tomorrow, question the stability and integrity of Chad.” “Dear President, Dear Marshal, Dear Idriss […]He went on to say, “You live as a soldier, die as a soldier, and have weapons in your hand.” However, under the attention of the Transitional Military Commission (CMT) under the auspices of the young General Mahmat Derby, he called for promotion.” Stability, tolerance, dialogue, democratic transition”. Paris has established the Balkan headquarters of an anti-jihadist force in the Sahel region of Chad, which is the region’s most powerful ally against jihadists. Since coming to power by force in 1990, with the help of Paris, Idriss Déby has been able to count on former colonial power.
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