Will Chad's latest peace agreement hold?

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Summary:

Chad's Transitional Military Council has signed a peace deal aimed at ending decades of conflict. The agreement is the first step towards democratic elections and a new constitution.
Although many political factions signed the deal, Chad's largest armed group Front for Change and Concord (FACT) walked out of negotiations when its demands were not met.
The question then becomes whether the much-anticipated national dialogue will go ahead on August 20. So, how far off is stability and democracy in the Central African nation? Dr Andrew E. Yaw Tchie discusses the implications of the recent events for peace and security in neighbouring countries in the region.

  • Published year: 2022
  • Full version: Full video
  • Language: English
  • Event date: 9. aug. 2022
  • Interview date: 9. aug. 2022
  • URL 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTmZMfDE6x8
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