Succès Masra: Chad’s New Prime Minister of Transitional Government – Latest News and Updates

2024-01-01 12:43:27

In Chad, the former opponent Succès Masra was appointed Prime Minister of the transitional government on January 1, 2024, according to a decree read on national television by the Secretary General of the Presidency. More information to follow.

Published on: 01/01/2024 – 1:43 p.m. Modified on: 01/01/2024 – 1:48 p.m.

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Au Chadthe former opponent Succès Masra was appointed Prime Minister this Monday, January 1, 2024, by decree of the head of state of the transition, Mahamat Idriss Déby.

The announcement was made by the Secretary General of the Presidency, Mahamat Ahmat Alhabo, on the midday news of Chadian public television Onama.

His future government will have the mission of organizing the elections to put an end to the transition – opening in April 2021, following the death of former President Idriss Déby – no later than October 2024. The government led by the president of the Les Transformateurs party will have in particular to put in place the Angel, the electoral authority provided for by the constitution and to develop an electoral law.

In his greetings speech on December 31, 2023, the president of the transition Mahamat Idriss Déby, son of Idriss Déby, spoke of the inclusiveness necessary in the formation of the new government, and used the lexical field of renewal.

He therefore chose to call to his side the man who was his fiercest adversary just a few weeks ago…

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Success Masra returned to Chad on November 3 following a year of exile, following the deadly violence of October 20, 2022. He had reached an agreement with the authorities, under the leadership of the Congolese facilitation in Kinshasa…

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Success Masra thus replaces Saleh Kebzabo, who resigned on Friday following having organized and obtained a large “yes” victory in the constitutional referendum of December 17, 2023: 85.90% once morest 14.10%, with a participation rate of 63%.

On his return, Succès Masra led a large caravan in the south of the country, holding a series of meetings in front of very large crowds. After having promoted a “neither yes nor no”, he finally called for a “yes” vote to the new constitution which he had described as “ of lesser evil »…

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