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authorities and opposition blame one another

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Two days after the bloody demonstrations in Chad, the authorities and the opposition blame one another for the violence within the capital and a few cities within the nation, which left “fifty” lifeless and “greater than 300 injured” in line with a modern report from the authorities.

The strain had partially subsided on Friday in Chad the day after an unprecedented day of violence throughout anti-power demonstrations which left round fifty individuals lifeless throughout the nation.

A number of demonstrations, among the many deadliest within the historical past of Chad, befell in numerous cities on Thursday, specifically in N’Djamena the capital and in Moundou (South), the second metropolis of the nation. They left “about fifty” lifeless and “greater than 300” injured, in line with Prime Minister Saleh Kebzabo, who decreed a curfew from “6 p.m. to six a.m.” in N’Djamena, Moundou and in two different cities till the “complete restoration of order”. The opposition estimates the stability sheet a lot increased than the official figures.

The Prime Minister additionally introduced the suspension of “all public exercise of political events and civil society organizations”, that are suspended for 3 months.

>> To learn additionally: “Nationwide dialogue in Chad: lasting debates and an election that’s shifting away”

The demonstrators contested the current extension of the political transition interval and the upkeep of Mahamat Idriss Déby Itno as head of state.

The authorities level the finger at one of many opposition leaders: Succès Masra, a pet peeve of the Chadian authorities. The chief of the opposition social gathering “Les Transformateurs” didn’t participate within the nationwide dialogue, which he thought-about non-transparent.

On Saturday in Paris, members of the Chadian diaspora paid tribute to the victims. Current on the rally, the social gathering “Les Transformateurs” blames the violence on the N’djamena authorities.

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