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Constitution of the Republic of Chad: April 14, 1996 (as Amended to July 3, 2013) (Chad [td])

Constitution of the Republic of Chad: April 14, 1996 (as Amended to July 3, 2013) (Chad [td])

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Chad, proclaimed a Republic on November 28, 1958, acceded to national and international sovereignty on August 11, 1960. Since this date, it has known a stormy institutional and political evolution. Years of dictatorship and single party have prevented the blossoming of any democratic culture and of political pluralism. The different regimes that succeeded each other created and maintained the regionalism, the tribalism, the nepotism, the social inequalities, the violations of the Rights of Man, and of fundamental individual and collective liberties, whose...
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