This month, we focus on the Republic of Chad with an extensive analytical Introductory Note commentary by Neldjingaye Kameldy, Legal Officer at the Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa (IHRDA) who provides a detailed historical and developmental look at the constitution. Also, an updated translation of the Constitution of the Republic of Chad, 1996 (as Amended to 2013) incorporates all the changes to the document by its sole amendment, Law No. 013/PR/2013 of 3 July 2013. A Select Bibliography highlights additional resources for further study.
Learn more about the Republic of Chad, by reading the freely available Introductory Note commentary.
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