Afrique Opinion- Chad offers its Togolese / Mahamat model instead of Itno

As in Togo in 2005, the army imposes the son of Idriss Déby Itno on the Chadians

Publié le mercredi 21 avril 2021, par Gabinho

"The Marshal is dead, long live the General" one might exclaim. According to the army spokesman, General Azem Bermandoa Agouna, who was reading a press release on Télé Tchad on April 20, “Idriss Déby Itno has just experienced his last breath defending the ’territorial integrity on the battlefield’. This is an announcement which is immediately followed by further military news announcing the dissolution of the government and the National Assembly and the establishment of a transition.

If in Togo in February 2005, the imposed, Faure Gnassingbé, is not of the army but the offspring of the late president, the late General Eyadéma Gnassingbé, and that it is sleight of hand in the Assembly that have allowed to dress the masquerade, which will ultimately be rejected, in Chad, it is without detour that the son of Marshal Idriss Déby Itno, Mahamat Idriss Déby, is parachuted at the head of the country to lead this transition, which, says t -on, will last 18 months and led by a military council headed by the son of the late president, himself general of the Chadian army. The only real information is that before, he had headed for many years the General Directorate of the Security Service of State Institutions (DGSSIE), of which the Presidential Guard is a party.

Sacred Africa ! How does this relate to the country’s constitution ? In any case, as someone would say, "I don’t see the connection."