US News Amnesty of the rebels in Chad: The FACT denounces the exclusion of its combatants, the government reassures

12:20  01 december  2021
12:20  01 december  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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Des soldats rebelles du Fact fait prisonniers par l'armée tchadienne à Ndjamena (image d'illustration). © AFP - Djimet Wiche Fact soldiers takes prisoner by the Chadian army in Ndjamena (image of illustration).

In Chad, the government presented on Monday 29 November, two bills that provide for a general amnesty for about 400 Chadian rebels, including many politico-military leaders in prison or exile. Claims made during the consultations that took place between rebel groups and the members of the special technical committee led by former President Goukouni Weddeye. Yesterday, the president of the forehead for the alternation and concord in Chad (FACT), responsible for the death of former President Idriss Deby Itno, denounced the exclusion of his fighters arrested last April, the Minister in charge of National dialogue went reassuring.

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The Fact President was surprised to see his men - prisoners at their last April offensive - excluded from this amnesty measure. This could endanger the dialogue process, according to Mahamat Mahdi Ali: "We have learned that the elements of the FACT are excluded from this release. We can only take note. And, we thought that this gesture of liberation would have favored not only national reconciliation, but also the holding of an inclusive round table in good conditions and in a soothing climate. "


The Minister of State for National Reconciliation and Dialogue wanted pedagogue. Those who were sentenced before 2019 benefited from the 2018 amnesty order. "This is my case," he explained. The two bills presented on Monday concern those who were sentenced in 2019. As to the FACT combatants arrested this year, "there is no concern to be done," assured Acheikh Ibn Oumar: "I do not need to reassure them. He, if he was convicted before, he was pardoned. And currently, it is not prosecuted and even those who are arrested and who are not yet procedural, as part of reconciliation, the action I would say, stops. So there is no concern to be done. "


Declaration of a ceasefire, stopping the repression of peaceful events or continuation against war criminals followed by a pre-dialogue, the FACT President recalled that other concerns preoccupied to the Government have not yet found an answer. Here too, Minister Beneikh Ibn Oumar wanted reassuring. All of these questions are "under study," he says, recalling that the goal is to arrive at a totally inclusive dialogue.

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