For the sake of Africa, Chad must seize this rare chance for democracy
The death of president Idriss Déby is an opportunity to establish a transitional government of national unity
Following the death of Chad’s president Idriss Déby who ruled his country with an iron-fist for 30 years, the country is likely to fall into chaos, which is often the case in postcolonial African countries following the end of autocratic rule...
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