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André Kodmadjingar

N'Djamena, Chad
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About André
André Kodmadjingar, journaliste à la Radio FM Liberté, une radio associative créée par les organisations pour La Défense des droits de l'homme:
- JRI (Journaliste-reporter-d'images) et correspondant de VOA Afrique;
- Secrétaire exécutif de la Maison des Médias du Tchad (MMT);
- Vice-président de l'Union des Journalistes Tchadiens (UJT);
- Secrétaire général de l'Union des Syndicats des Professionnels  de la Presse d'Afrique Centrale (USYPAC), affiliée à la Fédération Internationale des Journalistes (FIJ);
- Ancien membre de l'Observatoire de la Déontologie et l'Ethique des Médias auTchad (ODEMET).
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Uncertainty Over Chad's Leadership After President's Death

21 Apr 2023  |  voanews.com
The article discusses the political uncertainty in Chad following the death of President Idriss Deby Itno. A military council has appointed Deby's son, General Mahamat Idriss Deby Itno, as interim leader, promising to restore civilian rule and hold elections in 18 months. However, there are emerging divisions within the military, with General Idriss Mahamat Abderamane Dicko criticizing the appointment. The rebel group FACT is advancing towards the capital, N'Djamena, and the Chadian army has suffered losses. The U.S. State Department has expressed concern and called for a peaceful, democratic transition. Experts like Richard Moncrieff and Jerome Tubiana have raised questions about the military's effectiveness and the potential for further conflict.


Experts Say Death of Chad’s Deby Will Impact Regional Security

23 Apr 2021  |  voanews.com
The article discusses the implications of the death of Chad's President Idriss Deby on the stability of Chad and the Sahel region's security. Deby died from injuries sustained in a battle with rebels, just days after being re-elected for a sixth term. His death has raised concerns about the joint fight against terrorist groups like Boko Haram. Chad's military has bypassed the constitution to appoint Deby's son as the leader of a transitional council. Analysts and security experts express concerns about potential gaps in regional security and emphasize the need for cooperation among neighboring countries to maintain stability and continue the fight against terrorism.

French Foreign Minister Backs Chad’s Transitional Military Council

22 Apr 2021  |  voanews.com
France's Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has defended the military takeover in Chad following the death of President Idriss Deby. The Chadian military dissolved the National Assembly and established an 18-month transitional council, appointing Deby's son, Mahamat Idriss Deby Itno, as the interim president. The constitutionally designated successor, the speaker of the National Assembly, supported the takeover due to the current military and political situation. The rebel group FACT, based in Libya, has advanced towards the capital, N'Djamena, and opposes the dynastic succession of power. Deby, who had just won a sixth term in office, was seen as a key ally in the fight against Islamist extremism in the region.

Chad Gives No Reason for Blocking Social Media

22 Jul 2016  |  voanews.com
The article discusses the restriction of social media sites in Chad, which has been ongoing for over three months. The government of President Idriss Deby is suspected of limiting access to prevent the spread of information regarding the rape of Zouhoura Ibrahim and the recent contentious elections. Despite attempts by some Internet users to bypass these restrictions, there is widespread frustration and accusations of a government crackdown on freedom of expression. The Chadian government has not commented on the issue, and calls for clarity and the restoration of access are growing among citizens and organizations like Chad's Association for the Defense of Consumer Rights and the Chadian Internet-Governance Forum.

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