[Your reactions] Chad: general amnesty for rebels and opponents

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The president of the Transitional Military Council Mahamat Idriss Déby during a meeting in Sudan, in Khartoum on August 29, 2021. AFP - -

By: Juan Gomez

In Chad, nearly 300 rebels and opponents imprisoned or in exile should benefit from a general amnesty.

As the country moves towards national dialogue, will this measure help ease the political climate?

Should this be seen as a first step towards reconciliation?

We are launching the debate.


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