the opposition makes status over the 100 days of

On July 28, it has been 100 days since the head of the Transitional Military Council, Mahamat Idriss Déby, took over as head of Chad after the death of his father Idriss Déby Itno. The political parties took the opportunity to make an overview of the first 100 days of the transition.

With our correspondents in Ndjamena,Aurélie Bazzara-Kibangula and Madjiasara Nako

Establishment of National Transitional Council slow, stormy meetings in preparation for a political dialogue that also awaits, there is no shortage of topics of concern.

Roumadoumngar Felix Nialbé, leader of the opposition under Idriss Déby Itno, had been discreet since the transition began for health reasons, he explains. For the opponent, there is now an emergency: the national dialogue must begin. But for that, he said, the government must review its strategy.

Political parties are not immediately called upon to ask them to nominate 15 representatives. because there are 203 political parties. That is the mistake, he condemns. Political parties will always challenge that they do not see themselves in this or that. The Prime Minister should, in principle, review the national framework for political dialogue that brings together the majority and the opposition.

For him, the political class must also find unity. This cacophony, he says, will inevitably lead to an extension of the transition period.

“If the political class remains in competition, it will take us longer than the 18 months. And then the one who wants to retain power, he bets on what you do. The political class must work together so that things can go fast. ”

URD hopes that the arrival of Basile Ikouébé, The High Representative of Africa, will accelerate this transition and allow for a truly inclusive dialogue.

Call to demonstrate

For its part, the coalition between political parties and civil society associations Wakit tama calls for demonstrations next Thursday due to the unwillingness of the Transitional Military Council (CMT) to organize a real dialogue between the sons of Chad. The group seriously condemns the shortcoming in the appointment of officials responsible for organizing the dialogue leading to reconciliation and N’Djaména’s distrust of the international community.

Me Maxvelt LoaIngar, leader of Wakit Tama, believes he must resist.

The Chadian people as a whole based their hopes on holding a sovereign, inclusive and comprehensive national conference, which will make it possible to rebuild the nation on the basis of a new social contract that provides peace and hope. He called back. However, it is clear that the CMT and its government have chosen the forced transition to preserve party interests. CMT resists the forces of the nation, but also the international community. We must face the facts. Not only does the CMT not intend to organize a real reconciliation in a spirit of justice and truth, but it is particularly incapable of limiting our misfortunes, having served as the alibi for the April 20 coup. The Chadian people: we have no choice but to resist the illegitimate and illegal power of the CMT. .

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