the Prime Minister’s update on the forthcoming dialogue


In Chad, Albert Pahimi Padacké held a press conference on September 9, 2021. The opportunity for the Transitional Prime Minister to take a position. One of the challenges with this transition: the participation of leaders of political-military groups in the inclusive national dialogue. Discussions are ongoing between the authorities and the rebels, but they seem difficult.

as reported from Ndjamena, Aurélie Bazzara-Kibangula

It is an output that looks like an adjustment. For the Transitional Minister Albert Pahimi Padacké, the organization inclusive dialogue is on the right track: “All parties that play a role are for dialogue. Having the majority of Chadians in dialogue today for me is a matter of course. If you have a party, an association that does not feel comfortable in dialogue, the government is reaching out to it. ”

The question of participation remains of the main rebel leaders. Without them, there will be no peace in Chad, according to the Transitional Prime Minister, who conditional on possible participation in their disarmament: “Do the Chadians want the political-military to come to Ndjamena today with weapons and luggage? The answer is definitely no. The goal is not to throw back our country. “And so, in order to determine the conditions for these political-military participation in this inclusive dialogue, a committee will discuss with them so that their participation creates peace and not war.”

Regarding the progress of discussions between political-military officials and the Chadian authorities, Prime Minister Albert Pahimi Padackése reserves the right to provide further details.


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