The transitional government and dozens of rival factions have signed a peace deal.
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. Many political factions signed the deal, but Chad’s largest armed group walked out of negotiations when its demands were not met.
Now, the question is 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?
Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoum
Remadji Hoinathy – Senior researcher at the Institute for Security Studies.
Enrica Picco – Director of the Central Africa Project at International Crisis Group.
Andrew Yaw Tchie – Senior researcher at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.