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MIDI’s Schrödinger’s Equation

On this radiant night of May 9, 2024, the Republic of Chad stirs up to news that sends vibrations through village drums, car horns, and even the joyful crackling of guns in N’Djamena: MIDI has been declared the winner of the May 6 presidential election. Supported by the Patriotic Salvation Movement (MPS) and no fewer […]

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Edging Towards the election date on 6 May 2024: Citizen motor Parades in N’Djamena, Chad

The countdown to the Chad elections has begun. The country heads inexorably towards May 6th, the date of the presidential election in Chad. The entire country is gearing up for the launch of electoral campaigns, a period where political aspirations clash, societal projects take shape, and every voter seeks to discern the most promising voice […]

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Enhancing Democratic Participation in Chad: EISA Launching the Training of Civic Educators

The Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) launched a Civic and voter education Training the Trainers’ workshop. This workshop marks the beginning of a series of civic education activities EISA intends to conduct in major cities across Chad. The activity is aimed at informing citizens on pressing governance related issues within the country. […]

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Interview with EISA Executive Director on Chadian Political Developments

Success Masra, president of the Transformers party and fierce opponent of the Déby dynastic power, has recently been named as Prime Minister of Chad. Does the Transformers Party’s alliance with the government signify the death of the opposition? EISA’s Baïdessou Soukolgue, who himself is a Chadian national, responds. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFHtKKldUC4

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Road to Chad’s Constitutional Referendum – Biometric Electoral Roll Update

Due to circumstances surrounding the death of President Idriss Deby in April 2021, his son Mahamat Deby assumed the presidency of the Transitional Military Council (CMT), contrary to the constitutional requirement that leadership be transferred to the President of the National Assembly until elections could be held. Following a period of conflict, a peace agreement […]