The delegates of the Inclusive and Sovereign National Dialogue (DNIS) unanimously adopted in their plenary session, Saturday, October 1, several measures governing the future of the Chadian transition and the organization of the elections which must be the end point. They thus validated the possibility of extending the transitional period by 24 months, which is currently supposed to end this month.
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Above all, the delegates, which do not include several of the main representatives of the opposition and many of the leaders of civil society, approved the fact that the personalities currently at the head of the transition can seek the supreme magistracy at the end of of this period. In other words, the DNIS gave authorization to Mahamat Idriss Déby Itno and his Prime Minister, Albert Pahimi Padacké, to compete in the future presidential election.
“Concern” of international partners
These two provisions will necessarily appear in the final report of the dialogue, the closing ceremony of which is scheduled in five days, on 8 October. “The national dialogue is sovereign, these measures will therefore be part of the final resolutions. Even the president of the transition will not be able to go back on this, ”assures a participant. Neither the presidency nor the government have yet commented on these decisions.
The president will have to clarify his position on son coming