Weekend Reads Chad: The Leaders of Wakit Tama Related But Under Conditions
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In Chad, the leaders of the opposition coalition and civil society, Wakit Tama, summoned since Monday to the judicial police were presented to the Prosecutor on Tuesday. They had been charged on Monday for "Casualization who caused a disorder to public order", "violation of body integrity" and "destruction of goods", in connection with a manifestation of the opposition coalition to the military transition in Classes. This Tuesday the three opponents were released ... but under conditions.
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with our correspondent in Ndjamena, Madjiasra Nako
kept in sight on Monday night in the police coordination buildings after their judicial police hearing, the three Leaders of the Wakit Tama Coalition, Barka Michel, Sitack Yombatinan Blessed and Felix Marting were presented on Tuesday to the Prosecutor of the Republic. Which decided to entrust them to their lawyers the time to complete the procedure. In easy French, they were released but justice could ask their lawyers to bring them back to the judge at any time.
which is blocking at the moment it is that two of the lawyers are concerned by the complaint of the Ministry of the Interior which accuses these disturbance activists to the public order, undermining the body integrity and the destruction of the property. Ministry of Public Safety After thebecause the organizers and the police have not agreed on the itinerary.
But to be able to question Maxvelt Loalngar's masters - by elsewhere President of the Chadian League of Human Rights - and Mbinaeem Koudé, Justice needs the agreement of the Bar of the Bar Association of Chad. The bar must come together in the days to come but for the moment the bitch is absent from Chad, teaches a good source. "We are trying to decapitate Wakit Tama, said Monday on our Master Maxvelt Loalngar antenna, the three comrades offended were not taken on the fact and had not taken part in any march, the walk that did not take place. . The proven pattern of this cabal is simply to be decapitated Wakit Tama! »
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