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Transitional military council in Chad vow to hold elections in 18 months

By Reuters
21 April 2021   |   11:58 am
Chad's army want to return power to a civilian government and hold free and democratic elections in 18 months, the vice president of the Transitional Military Council said in a statement on state television after the country's leader was killed on Monday.

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