Chad’s military ruler Gen Mahamat Déby will be sworn in on Monday as the transitional president, extending his stay in power by two years following recommendations from a contentious national inclusive dialogue process that concluded last week. (BBC)
Various opposition groups, the Catholic church and rebels responsible for last year’s killing of Gen Mahamat’s father, Idriss Déby, boycotted the talks aimed at determining Chad’s political future.
The US warned it would impose sanctions on the ruling junta if it extended the transition. The African Union similarly warned Chad against extending the…
Source: Nigerian Tribune