Chad

Chad: Repressive tactics against government critics must come to an end - 24 October 2013

Headline Title:  Chad: Repressive tactics against government critics must come to an end Killings, enforced disappearances, illegal detention and arbitrary arrests of critics of the government are far too frequent in Chad and must come to an end, Amnesty International said in a Killings, enforced disappearances, illegal detention and arbitrary arrests of critics of the government are far too frequent in Chad and must come to an end. Media Node:  Chad At a Glance:  Hundreds of people - including opposition MPs, journalists and academics – are illegally detained in Chad.Many are held without charge in deplorable conditions.President Idriss Deby Itno promised to end human rights violations but the situation continues to deteriorate.An alleged attempted coup in May 2013 was suppressed when security forces indiscriminately opened fire on a group of reportedly unarmed people, they believed to be involved. Between three-eight people were shot dead. Story Location:  United Kingdom 17° 27' 54.9252" N, 15° 38' 40.3116" E See map: Google Maps “People are dying in detention, held incommunicado and arbitrarily arrested left, right and centre, all in the name of ‘protecting national security. The government is doing everything it can to silence anyone who dares to criticise them.” Source:  Christian Mukosa, Amnesty International’s Chad researcher. URL:  Chad: In the name of security? Description:  Read the report URL:  Chad: Eric Topona released, but still in danger Description:  Urgent Action, 28 August 2013 URL:  Chad: Jean Laokole freed with suspended sentence Description:  Urgent Action, 28 August 2013 URL:  New wave of arrests and harassment of Chad’s opposition Description:  Story, 9 May 2013 URL:  Chad: ‘We are all dying here’: human rights violations in prisons Description:  Report, 10 September 2012
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Contexte

Le Tchad comptait toujours un grand nombre de réfugiés et de personnes déplacées.


Tchad : une nouvelle vague d'arrestations et de harcèlement vise l'opposition - 9 May 2013

Headline Title:  Tchad : vague d’arrestations et de harcèlement contre l'opposition Des dizaines de parlementaires, de journalistes, de responsables de l’armée et de civils arrêtés depuis le début du mois de mai par les autorités tchadiennes doivent être libérés immédiatement ou i Des dizaines de parlementaires, de journalistes, de responsables de l’armée et de civils ont été arrêtés depuis le début du mois de mai par les autorités tchadiennes et beaucoup sont maintenus en détention sans avoir été inculpés. Media Node:  chad_fr Story Location:  Tchad 17° 49' 1.3188" N, 15° 49' 13.1268" E “Placer en détention tous ceux qui critiquent le gouvernement n’est pas la meilleure façon d’éviter l’agitation politique dans le pays. Les autorités doivent veiller à ce que les personnes détenues soient officiellement inculpées ou libérées et à ce que le fait de s’exprimer ne soit pas sanctionné.” Source:  Christian Mukosa, spécialiste du Tchad au sein d’Amnesty International. URL:  Tchad : la vie de prisonniers est mise en danger par des conditions de détention épouvantables Description:  Nouvelle, 10 septembre 2012

New wave of arrests and harassment of Chad’s opposition - 9 May 2013

Headline Title:  New wave of arrests and harassment of Chad’s opposition Scores of parliamentarians, journalists, army officers and civilians arrested since the beginning of the month by the Chadian authorities must either be charged with recognizable crimes or immediat Scores of parliamentarians, journalists, army officers and civilians have been arrested in Chad since the beginning of the month and many are being held without charged. Media Node:  chad Story Location:  Chad 17° 49' 1.3188" N, 15° 49' 13.1268" E “Detaining all those who speak up against the government is not the best way to prevent political turmoil in Chad. The authorities need to ensure those held are either formally charged or released and that speaking out is not punished in the country.” Source:  Christian Mukosa, Chad researcher at Amnesty International. URL:  Chad: Prisoners’ lives are threatened by appalling detention conditions Description:  Story, 10 September 2012
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خلفية

استمرت استضافة تشاد لعدد كبير من اللاجئين والأشخاص المهجرين داخلياً.


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Información general

Chad siguió acogiendo a un gran número de personas refugiadas y desplazadas internamente.


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Background

Chad continued to host a large number of refugees and internally displaced persons.


تشاد: ينبغي تحقيق العدالة في قضية أحد قادة المعارضة الذي "اختفى" قبل خمس سنوات

صرحت منظمة العفو الدولية اليوم إن استمرار الغموض بشأن مصير السياسي المعارض ابنِ عمر محمد صالح ومكان تواجده بعد خمس سنوات على احتجازه يبرهن على تقاعس تشاد عن تحقيق العدالة، ووضع حد لإفلات المسؤولين عن ذلك من العقاب صرحت منظمة العفو الدولية اليوم إن استمرار الغموض بشأن مصير السياسي المعارض ابنِ عمر محمد صالح ومكان تواجده بعد خمس سنوات على احتجازه يبرهن على تقاعس تشاد عن تحقيق العدالة

Tchad. Justice pour le dirigeant de l’opposition «disparu» il y a cinq ans

Le mystère persistant quant au sort d’Ibni Oumar Mahamat Saleh, un responsable de l’opposition politique tchadienne arrêté il y a cinq ans, est emblématique de l’incapacité du Tchad à garantir que justice soit rendue et à mettre un terme à l’impunité, a déclaré Amnesty International le 1er février. Le mystère persistant quant au sort d’Ibni Oumar Mahamat Saleh, un responsable de l’opposition politique tchadienne arrêté il y a cinq ans, est emblématique de l’incapacité du Tchad à garantir que

Chad: Justice needed for opposition leader who ‘disappeared’ five years ago

The continuing mystery over the fate and whereabouts of opposition politician Ibni Oumar Mahamat Saleh who was detained five years ago demonstrates the failure of Chad to deliver justice and end impunity, Amnesty International said today. The continuing mystery over the fate and whereabouts of opposition politician Ibni Oumar Mahamat Saleh who was detained five years ago demonstrates the failure of Chad to deliver justice and end im

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