The president of the Chadian transition, Mahamat Idriss Déby.
The president of the Chadian transition, Mahamat Idriss Déby. © Mehdi Chebil/Hans Lucas via Reuters Connect
With the Chadian transition looking like it will last well beyond the 18 months initially envisaged, Chad's interim leader has been taking flak from Paris and Washington, two of his main partners. He had to field a tense phone call from Emmanuel Macron last month, the so-called pre-dialogue in Doha is dragging on, and discontent is growing in his own camp. [...] (803 words)
Issue dated 15/07/2022 Reading time 4 minutes
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