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Who is the leader of Chad now?

Who is the leader of Chad now?

List of heads of state of Chad

President of the Republic of Chad
Coat of arms of Chad
Incumbent Mahamat Déby Chairman of the Transitional Military Council since 20 April 2021
Residence Presidential Palace, N’Djamena
Term length 5 years, renewable once

Who is Chad rebel leader?

General Mahamat Nouri (born 1947) is a Chadian insurgent leader who currently commands the Union of Forces for Democracy and Development (UFDD). A Muslim from northern Chad, he began his career as a FROLINAT rebel, and when the group’s Second Army split in 1976 he sided with his kinsman Hissène Habré.

What do Chad rebels want?

Fighters from the Libya-based Front for Change and Concord in Chad crossed into Chad last week with the aim of overthrowing President Idriss Deby.

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Who are the rebels threatening to take Chad’s capital?

DAKAR (Reuters) -Libya-based rebels have set their sights on Chad’s capital N’Djamena after the battlefield death of President Idriss Deby on Monday.

How old is Idriss Déby?

68 years (1952–2021)
Idriss Déby/Age at death

What kind of government does Chad have?

Unitary state
Presidential system
Chad/Government

What makes Chad unique?

Chad is one of the lesser-known countries that is completely landlocked in Central Africa. It is the second-largest lake in Africa and the largest wetland in Chad. Lake Chad is a freshwater lake that touches base with Nigeria, Cameroon, and Niger.

Is President Idriss Deby dead?

Deceased (1952–2021)
Idriss Déby/Living or Deceased

Who is Muhammad Idriss Deby?

Mahamat ibn Idriss Déby Itno (Arabic: محمد بن إدريس ديبي إتنو‎; born 1 January 1984), also known as Mahamat Kaka, is Chadian army general. He is the chairman of the Transitional Military Council of Chad as the de facto President of Chad.

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Does Chad have a democracy?

Chad is formally a multiparty democracy, but the President’s party the Patriotic Salvation Movement (MPS) and its allies dominate the political process. A new Constitution came into effect on May 4, 2018 that created a 4th Republic that further consolidated power in the Presidency.