Transitional Prime Minister Albert Pahimi Padacké is not unanimous in the political class and especially in the former presidential majority, MPS and its allies, who see him as a serious contender for the next presidential election. Since the death of President Idriss Déby Itno and the establishment of the Transitional Military Council under the leadership of his son, Mahamat Idriss Déby, the MPS has gone through a political crisis and struggled to find its place in this new political scene.
as reported from Ndjamena, Aurélie Bazzara-Kibangula
The alleged ambitions of Albert Pahimi Padacké, who came second in the last presidential election, upset MPS. And its allies step on the plate. For Hamat Jeddah Mahamat El Bechir, the president of the Alwidha party, the prime minister does not meet the conditions for a peaceful transition.
With a political party leader at the forefront of the transition, he has his political party’s agenda, especially when he is young. And if he also has to meet the conditions for the election to take place, we doubt that it will be as transparent as possible. “
In the same opinion, the former adviser to the Prime Minister’s office, Malloum Yoboidé, also president of a party allied with MPS. He is convinced: the transitional charter must be changed to calm part of the political class.
“All the actors in the transition, from the CMT, the Transitional Government, in particular the Prime Minister and the person who will chair the National Transitional Council, must be excluded ex officio from the next election consultation. At the moment, it is not clear and we want the debate to be open, so that political actors can revise the transitional charter. ”
For RNDT Le Réveil, Albert Pahimi Padacké’s party, there is no debate. If such a provision is added to the transitional charter, the Prime Minister will follow the text.