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Crucial national talks on the future of Chad that the ruling junta says will pave the way for elections begin on Satu Chad ‘national dialogue’ to begin following delays, boycotts

More than 1,400 delegates from the military government, civil society, opposition parties, trade unions and rebel groups will gather in N’Djamena for the “national dialogue” that is scheduled to last three weeks.

The talks are the brainchild of junta chief General Mahamat Idriss Deby.

Deby took power in April 2021 at the age of just 37 after his father, who ruled for 30 years, was killed during a military operation against rebels.

Source: France24