Mon. Jul 22nd, 2024

The main opposition party in Chad has described the swearing-in of the military leader, Mahamat Idriss Déby, for another two years as evidence of democratic regression.

Ndolembai Njesada – the deputy leader of “The Transformers” – also criticised a decision to allow Mr Déby to stand in the next election.He likened it to being both a player and the referee in a football game.

Mr Njesada has threatened to set up a parallel government.Key opposition groups and rebel forces did not take part in the recent national dialogue at which it was agreed to extend Mr Déby’s time in office.

He took over power last year when The vice-leader of Chad’s opposition says they will form “a parallel government”The vice-leader of Chad’s oppositio

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