The transitional authorities and dozens of rival factions have signed a peace deal.
Chad’s Transitional Military Council has signed a peace deal geared toward ending many years of battle.
The settlement is step one in direction of democratic elections and a brand new structure. Many political factions signed the deal, however Chad’s largest armed group walked out of negotiations when its calls for weren’t met.
Now, the query is whether or not the much-anticipated nationwide dialogue will go forward on August 20.
So, how far off is stability and democracy within the Central African nation?
Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoum
Remadji Hoinathy – Senior researcher on the Institute for Security Studies.
Enrica Picco – Director of the Central Africa Project at International Crisis Group.
Andrew Yaw Tchie – Senior researcher on the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.