When the French President attended the funeral of Idris Deby on Friday, the opposition to the military government became louder and louder, and the military government announced that it would be in power for 18 months.
In an apparent calm, Chad was in turmoil. how can that be possible? With the death of Marshal Idris Derby on April 20th, ending thirty years of power, a window has just opened. The window of uncertainty, according to the composition of the Transitional Military Commission (CMT), announced that he had been in office for 18 months (which can be three years) and could be re-elected, and its management power has been delegated to one of the deceased. His son is the 37-year-old Lieutenant General Mahamat Idriss Déby. They were selected under unknown conditions and were supported by 14 generals.
For Emmanuel Macron, who attended the funeral of Idriss Déby on Friday, April 23, it was an uncomfortable test. What is the lesson of this existence? Is security paramount in the Paris-N’Djamena relationship? Without the Chadian contingent and Safar and the French Allied forces fighting together with the jihadists, everything will become more difficult. However, France’s policy is limited to this part, and it is in a difficult situation, and there is a risk of alienating people from all countries, especially the younger generation. Will the French president find that this sentence goes beyond the current Paris speech that is limited to celebrating the Chadian army? “reliable” (Language elements in official materials) and French military operations in the Sahel?
On the contrary, how do you hear the effervescent sound of Chad? The fear between civil society and party leaders has been long-standing, especially the memory of Ibni Oumar Mahamat Saleh (Ibni Oumar Mahamat Saleh), whose public office is very important for his respected politician. Obviously, his life paid off and he was kidnapped in February. In 2008, the men who were subdued by the rebels in N’Djamena failed in their uniforms. His body was never found.
Chad has no major opposition party to rely on. However, among those who dared to speak up, everyone is now related to the denial of authorization. “Put it together.” The constitution was reformed in 2018, cutting off all checks and balances within the state, and giving birth to an insecure super presidential system. But at least it determined that in the case of the disappearance of the head of state, the power is determined by the chairman of the conference, and the chairman of the conference must organize elections. However, the chairman of the General Assembly quickly withdrew. This case is also provided for in the Constitution, which transfers this responsibility to the Deputy Speaker of Congress. No one even thought of studying this hypothesis.
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