The Republic of Chad is the first neighboring state to Sudan, which is vulnerable to the impacts of the political changes in its neighboring country. The shift of the political system in 1990 was the result of what has happened in Sudan prior to that shift in 1989, which brought the recent military religious regime to power through a military coup.
Despite the fact that the NIF was the third powerful party in the Sudanese parliament during the third democratic period in Sudan in 1986-1989, the party used its elements in the army to form the council of national salvation and achieve the coup.
The same scenario happened in the western neighboring country, when the regime in Sudan supported the Muslim Brothers in the army of this state to carry their coup under the leadership of the Chadian council of national salvation.
This is very clear to explain the scheme of the Muslim Brothers octopus in Sudan, which is in fact has many plans to spread the arms of the octopus to other neighboring states.
But, you may ask… Why this state is here on a website about East Africa and the Horn of Africa in particular?
We know, as you know this state is not part of the Horn of Africa. It is in north-central Africa and it is recently one of the states in the regional coalition of lands that makes the Sahel region.
The Sahel Region was named so because it is geographically a zone that separates the Sahara in the north from the Sudanese Savanna in the south, although the name is Arabic and it means coast or shore.
According to the geographically description the Sahel covers Algeria (south), Burkina Faso, Chad (central), Eritrea, Gambia, Mauritania (south) Mali (central), Nigeria (north), North Sudan (north) and Sudan (south). But, as a political coalition of regions it gathers only Burkina Faso, Cameron, Chad, Gambia, Mali, Mauritania and Niger.
But, the political development in Sudan the largest country in the IGAD and in the entire African continent has direct impacts on this state, as we see in the relations between the two military governments, although some tribal problems have risen between the two countries and brought them into confrontation.
This is why this state is now covered here on a website abut the Horn of Africa and East Africa. However, Chad mimics Sudan, although it doesn't seem to be like it.
It is only from tragedy of simulation and likeness between this state and Sudan, we see that the political events are similarly planned to keep both of the military governments in power.
They use the composition of religion and tribalism to maintain their power, oppress the people and save their economical and political interests in most of the vulnerable countries in Africa to malfunctioning political systems, poverty and terrorism.
The deterioration of the human and political situations in the two countries, which continues until now proves that there is common history of national absenteeism.
The crisis continues to prove that the Chadian political scene has never been developed positively since the independence from France in 1960 to serve the nationals.
Sixty years of the French colonization could possibly have been of much value to learn from it how to be well educated and then build a modern, civilized and democratic state and work after that to maintain good relations with the other Francophone states in the African region.
In stead, many political problems in this landlocked country prove that the people have not learned the values of the independence from their own political history.
As long as the state is ethnically diverse, the top priority in N'Djaména the capital and the largest city, should be focusing on this diverse and the problems of the semi-arid regions in the north and the problems of the populous regions in the south.
It is certainly very useful to divorce the religion from the policy of the state to build secular state in the Sahel Region and use the ethnical cultures to combine and organize the national theme and build strong unity in diversity.
Now this page about the state is the site map 9 in East Africa and the Horn Africa's Network. The site map includes the following pages about the state:
* www.hoa-politicalscene.com/the-chadian-course.html The Chadian Course goes through history this way. Read the page to get the complete political scene since the independence of the state from France.
* www.hoa-politicalscene.com/chadian-political-history.html The Chadian Political History is indeed interesting, as it proves that the state walks a mile forward and two miles backwards. Why does that happens? Get the answers.
* www.hoa-politicalscene.com/chadian-political-problems.html The Chadian Political Problems happen because there is not clear political vision to separate the composition of tribalism and Islam in the modern state and thus those problems escalate and cause the economical, political and social deterioration.
* www.hoa-politicalscene.com/chadian-political-scene.html The Chadian Political Scene reflects on the borders with Sudan, inside Chad, in the northern region adjacent to Libya and in some contradictions with the states that share with it the interests of its lake. Could the participation of this state in the Sahel Region solve its problems?
* www.hoa-politicalscene.com/chad.html Chad is the site map 9, as I have mentioned and this is the page you are reading right now. See the other primary and secondary site maps in the HOA Network below.
Some other pages about Chad in Arabic:
* www.hoa-politicalscene.com/tchad.html This page presents a historical view that covers the political changes associated with the tribal and religious problems through the modern history of this state.
* www.hoa-politicalscene.com/are-you-intellectual24.html Chad Crisis Continues through this page through which we read highlights of the political shifts in the state and the impacts of Libya and Sudan on this state.
* www.hoa-politicalscene.com/are-you-intellectual23.html The Chadian History of the National Absenteeism is the cause of everything mentioned here and this absenteeism continues although the country requires real salvation to its political problems, which are caused by the composition of tribalism and religion.
* www.hoa-politicalscene.com/are-you-intellectual25.html The tragedy of simulation and similarity between this state and the Sudan rose from the fact that this state has simulation but not similarity with Sudan. It mimics Sudan although it dose not resemble it.
* www.100-beautiful-sites-in-the-world.com/lake-chad.html This page is about the lake in this state, which takes the name of the state and it has more information about the states that have interests in this lake.
The other pages present more information about this state. In addition the following primary and secondary site maps cover many states in the Horn of Africa and East Africa.
The East of Africa and HOA's Primary Site Maps:
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 1: Horn of Africa
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 2: Djibouti
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 3: Eritrea
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 4: Ethiopia
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 5: Kenya
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 7: Sudan and South Sudan
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 8: Uganda
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 9: Chad
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 10: Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 11: Political Site Map
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 12: Political Section
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 13: Humanitarian Network
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 14: Political Sense Journal
The East of Africa and HOA's Secondary Site Maps:
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 15: Write about HOA
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 16: Write about Djibouti
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 17: Write about Eritrea
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 18: Write about Ethiopia
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 19: Write about Kenya
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 20: Write about Somalia
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 21: Write about Sudan
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 22: Write about Uganda
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 23: Write about Chad
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 24: Write about DRC
The East Africa and HOA's Readers Site Maps:
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 25: Readers Write Good
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 26: Readers Write Comments
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 27: Readers Read Good
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 28: Comments
East of Africa and HOA's Political Scene Site Map 29: Readers Comment
East of Africa and HOA's Newsletter Site Maps:
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 30, Horn of Africa's Newsletters
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 31, Horn of Africa's Bulletins
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 32, Horn of Africa's Ezines
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 33, Horn of Africa's Political Newsletters
East of Africa and HOA's PoliticalScene Site Map 34, Horn of Africa's Journal
Eritrean Site Maps:
The primary site map 3 A, Eritrea
The primary site map 3 B, Eritrean Political Articles
The primary site map 3 C, Eritrean Forums Online
The primary site map 3 D, Eritreans Write Online
The primary site map 3 E, Eritreans Love Commentaries
The primary site map 3 F, Eritrean Political Comments
The primary site map 3 G, Eritrean Humanitarian Topics
The secondary site map 13 B, Eritrean Refugees
The secondary site map 17, Write about Eritrea
The Somali Site Maps:
Primary Site Map 6 A, Somalia and Somaliland
Primary Site Map 6 B, Somali Arabic Comments
Primary Site Map 6 C, Somali Political Articles
Primary Site Map 6 D, Somali Political Forums
Primary Site Map 6 E, Somali Political Comments
Secondary Site Map 20, Write about Somalia
The Sudanese Primary Site Maps:
Primary Site Map 7 A, Sudan and South Sudan
Primary Site Map 7 B, Sudanese Political Articles
Primary Site Map 7 C, Sudanese Arabic Political Articles
Primary Site Map 7 D, Sudanese Economical Forums
Primary Site Map 7 E, Sudanese Cultural Forums
Primary Site Map 7 F, Sudanese Forum
Primary Site Map 7 G, Sudanese Forums
Primary Site Map 7 H, Sudanese Regional Politics
The Sudanese Secondary Site Maps:
Secondary Site Map 21 A, Write about Sudan
Secondary Site Map 21 B, Comments on Sudan
Secondary Site Map 21 C, Sudan Online
Secondary Site Map 21 D, Sudanese Online
Secondary Site Map 21 E, Sudanese Regimes' Political Crimes
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