New Constitution Presented to the Public in Chad Amidst National Transition
In a significant milestone, the recently adopted Constitution has been officially unveiled to the public on August 5th, 2023, within the premises of the National Media and Audiovisual Office (Onama). The presentation ceremony was presided over by Halicki Choua Mahamat, the Minister Secretary General of the Government. This momentous event marks a pivotal step in the ongoing national transition process.
A Forward Step in Chad’s Democratic Evolution
As the nation progresses through a period of transition, the unveiling of the new Constitution signals a significant stride towards a more robust and inclusive democracy. The culmination of efforts by various stakeholders and their participation in the inclusive and sovereign national dialogue has led to the formulation of this fundamental law.
Embracing Constitutional Principles
The ceremony not only highlighted the presentation of the Constitution but also emphasized its widespread dissemination among various sectors. Representatives from different corporations that actively engaged in the inclusive dialogue were introduced to the key tenets of the new Constitution, fostering a collective understanding of its principles.
The Minister Secretary General of the Government, Halicki Choua Mahamat, underscored the importance of this moment and reaffirmed the government’s commitment to upholding the values enshrined in the Constitution.
Expanding upon the presentation ceremony, discussions were held to elucidate the Constitution’s provisions that aim to ensure transparency, accountability, and the protection of citizens’ rights. This holistic approach to constitutional education lays the foundation for an informed and engaged citizenry.
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