The government of Chad has organised the second edition of its National Inclusive Forum, to unite forces in view of promoting the development of the Central African Country
The forum took place at the “15 January Palace” in Ndjamena from october 29 to november 1, 2020.
At the end of the National Inclusive Forum, the participants unanimously issued a clarion call for all the sons and daughters of the country, home and abroad to contribute to the socio-political development of the nation.
The call falls in line with the government’s inclusive governance policies where the interest of the population is primordial, and at a time when democratic achievements and fundfdamental liberties are progressively being reionforced in the country.
President Idriss DEBI ITNO, it should be noted has always opened up his political policies.
In 2014 while addressing the Special Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations on the Follow-up to the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) beyond 2014, he declared;
“As you will note, we have worked to reform the legal environment, making it more supportive of human rights for all sections of our society. Substantial work has been done in terms of access to education and health for our young people, and also in terms of the protection of girls and the advancement of women”.
The Republic of Chad is leaving no stone unturned in bracing up to reshape the countrys governance system.
A move welcomed by Chadians in their majority.