forum. When Chad is safe, politically, economically and socially in the middle of Ford, this question is worth asking.
largeThe death of Idriss Déby may be an opportunity for Chad to undergo a political renewal, provided that the transitional period is the interruption of the governance system that supports 30 years of dictatorship. This means that the military, political actors, and civil society representatives agree to establish a transition mechanism that is conducive to the liberation of the political field, and its standards should be discussed and accepted by everyone.
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The most important thing is to free the political sphere from military constraints by establishing an effective democratic constitutional order, which will satisfy the interests of the Chadians and take into account the country’s multi-ethnic characteristics. In order to pave the way for a free, just and equal society in the post-Derby era, the announced transition and the call for inclusive dialogue must be reflected in the political and institutional reorganization of living together. This prospect requires the dissolution of the Military Transitional Committee (CMT) and the establishment of a consultative group that will lay the foundation for the political and institutional foundations of a democratic society.
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There is no need to review Chad’s political history. Since its independence, it has been the uninterrupted succession of authoritarian and oppressive regimes. Violence is often the royal road to power. The democratic process that began in the 1990s has not changed anything in arbitrary power practices and hereditary politics.
Similarly, Idriss Déby (Idriss Déby) came to power after the weapon victory, which fundamentally strengthened the military’s control of political power, and the military has become the main source of legitimacy. Therefore, the Putuo-like nature of the political system condemned the law and democratic principles, which kept it in formal form all the time: in fact, Chadian society was never dominated by the constitutional order. The military has always conducted business in one way or another, directly or through its influence.
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Understandably, to ensure the continuity of this system, shocked by the sudden disappearance of its top leader, the Military Transitional Council (CMT) decided to suspend all institutions that provide democratic varnish to the regime. A comprehensive view of all the military software operated by the country, and that it is necessary to provide means to better ensure the country’s security under the threat of Libyan rebel columns. By allowing it to determine the way and especially the result, it is enough to put the military at the heart of the transition process.
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However, on the contrary, the Chadians legitimately want to rise, in the transformation of the renewal of the system and its promoters. This is understandable, especially if the political transition does not seem to be part of not proposing a new form of co-living organization that integrates people’s demands for freedom, justice, and equality. Therefore, to put it lightly, the expected transition must create conditions for breaking the previous political order, which has shown its limitations in the face of the human, economic and social development needs of the population. Under these circumstances, Chad’s transition must end the chapter of political oppression and plundering of the country’s wealth for more than 60 years.
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From this perspective, political transition must be carried out in the collective work of political organizations, which will enable the country to guarantee the equality of citizens and equality before the law. In other words, the transition must also provide opportunities for people who have suffered violence and poverty to regain their collective capacity to build their destiny. This does not mean that the army must be disbanded, but that it must return to work on its main role and leave the political realm to civilians. This will be a republic that supports the reconstruction of the country and the reconstruction of more peaceful relations between the various components of Chadian society.
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This kind of reasoning is completely valid when all participants are at ease about waiting for their destiny. Due to the lack of a check and balance mechanism at the national level, and in the face of the fire danger that the conflict with FACT has brought to the country, Western powers, especially France, cannot remain inactive. Paris undoubtedly has diplomatic and economic means to put pressure on the Chadian army and prevent its transition to confiscation.