Chad — By CISA
The Episcopal Convention of Chad (ECC) has referred to as for inclusive dialogue and reconciliation within the nation following the loss of life of President Idriss Deby Itno.
“This dialogue, led by a politically unbiased, credible and impartial physique, will permit all of the daughters and sons of our nation to put the foundations for a brand new consensual political order primarily based on respect for folks, concern for the widespread good and the promotion of social justice,” the bishops mentioned in an April 22 message signed by Archbishop of N’Djamena, Mgr Edmond Goetbé Djitangar, President of the Episcopal Convention of Chad.
Within the message the bishops supplied two conditions for the dialogue course of: “First all of the belligerents unilaterally declare an unconditional ceasefire and seek the advice of collectively then the transition be carried out in strict compliance with the constitutional order,” they mentioned.
In keeping with Normal Azem Bermandoa Agouna, military spokesman, President Idriss Deby Itno, just lately re-elected, died on April 19 whereas within the battlefield towards rebels in Tibesti area.
Chad has been experiencing violence for years because of assaults by insurgent teams. The safety state of affairs stays unstable because the nation mourns President Idris Deby.