According to the roadmap, adopted on Thursday, July 29, 2021, by the Council of Ministers, the inclusive national dialogue is planned for the end of the year. But to make the transition to fear, the government needs the money.
More than 840 billion CFA francs, that is the cost of the measures to be implemented at the end of the transition. The roadmap, adopted on Thursday by the Council of Ministers, indicates that the Government’s objectives during this transition will be to strengthen security, organize a national dialogue, consolidate peace and national unity, and finally strengthen the rule of law and good governance.
The roadmap will be financed by the state budget and grants from development partners with whom the government has already spoken. According to the government’s agenda, the inclusive national dialogue will take place between November and December this year and the election will take place between June and September 2022, the deadline for the transition.
Maize President of the Transitional Military Council, Mahamat Idriss Deby has warned from the outset that in order for the deadlines to be met, the Chadians must have agreed on the implementation of the transition and that the international community has given its full support to the transition process. What has not yet been acquired.