A Moral Booster

The uncertain atmosphere prevailing in Chad after the passing away of its charismatic leader Idriss Itno Deby, might soon drop following the publication of the African Union’s final communique with regards to the institution’s stand vis-a-vis the unconstitutional takeover of power by the military junta. After holding several meetings via video conference during which they did brainstorm on the report of the fact-finding mission from the field, African leaders disagreed to agree on the fact that the Chadian “issue” is an exceptional and unprecedented case which should be given a special consideration. 
Going by this pragmatism, the AU leaders, noting with concern the current fragile, fluid and tenuous security situation in Chad, with huge repercussions for the peace, stability and security of the region and the Continent, validated a twenty-point recommendations presented to them by the Peace and Security Council of the institution after many days of diplomatic negotiations within and beyond the continent.
The recommendations which ranged from the scrupulous respect of the 18-month transition period, the sharing of power to the non-vying for presidential election by any member of the Transitional Military Council (CMT), at the end of their mandate next year, has been hailed...



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