a “March for Peace” organized in support of

Chad is still awaiting the launch of the inclusive dialogue and the appointment of members of the Transitional National Council with a view to adopting a new constitution. Meanwhile, a march was held on June 11 in support of the Transitional Military Council in Ndjamena. This mobilization was approved by the authorities and monitored by the police in a very specific way.

as reported from Ndjamena, Aurélie Bazzara-Kibangula.

“We want peace, we do not want war now!” The message is clear in the procession that gathered about 200 protesters who came by bus to the courthouse, the meeting place. “Peace is something that the late President Idriss Déby Itno had made his hobby horse. In this pursuit of peace, we continue to do all this. ”

Same opinion for this second protester, a t-shirt stamped “Peace in Chad” on the back. “When President Déby died, there had been a lot of concern without the establishment of the Military Transitional Council … We are now seeing discrimination and societal conflicts take hold. The CMT will lead a smooth transition so that Chad can live in peace. “

Abderrahmane Djasnabaille is one of Teneb’s parties, former minister and vice president of Grapat, a group of intellectuals for an inclusive dialogue at the beginning of this march. “People need to get out of the division. Some are for the transition, others not. No, all issues must be discussed at the conference or inclusive dialogue. We do not want war anymore, we must bury our weapons. Those who are outside, the diaspora, politicians, soldiers, all must get there so that we exchange so that peace is final and lasting. “

The inclusive national dialogue was announced at the end of April by the head of CMT, Mahamat Idriss Déby. But so far nothing has been clarified.


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