Two weeks after the death of President Idriss Déby, the military government appointed a transitional government, which was historically opposed by the Ministry of Justice.
Since the death of President Idris Deby on April 20, Chad’s military government appointed a transitional government on Sunday, May 2.
The son of the former president, Mahamat Idriss Déby (Mahamat Idriss Déby) serves as the chairman of the Transitional Military Council, which is appointed by 40 ministers and secretaries of state. He has appointed Albert Pahim iPadacké as the transitional prime minister on Monday, April 26.The last prime minister of Idriss Déby Before the latter abolished the post in 2018, Albert Pahim iPadacké promised “Government of National Reconciliation” And launched “Extensive consultation” In order to recommend a name to the Chairman of the Transitional Military Commission, please do so within a week.
The new combination of national reconciliation and dialogue was entrusted to former rebel leader Acheikh Ibn Oumar, who became the president’s diplomatic adviser in 2019. The historic opponent of Idriss Déby Itno of the Liberal and Development Party, Mahamat Ahmat Alhabo, was appointed Minister of Justice. However, the main opponent, Saleh Kebzabo (Saleh Kebzabo) is not part of the government.
Several former ministers of the previous government of Idriss Déby have been appointed or appointed to other ministries. Chérif Mahamat Zene, the spokesperson of the previous government, was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs, a position he has held from 2018 to 2020.
Lydie Beassemda, the first female candidate to hold the presidential election last April, was appointed Minister of Idriss Déby, and was appointed to receive higher education and research.