Chad’s ongoing national inclusive dialogue appears great on paper but there are serious gaps and little hope for peace and democracy.
Talks being facilitated by Qatar will determine whether Chad will be peaceful or once again be torn apart by armed conflicts.
Chad’s political institutions are corroded by corrupt politics to a degree that make true political reforms highly unlikely.
The value of the rule of law is to challenge and constrain power. In this sense, the legacy of Habré’s trial and conviction is mixed.
Déby’s legacy is one of violent beginnings and fake democratic shows