Chadian Action for Unity and Socialism
Moungar was chosen as Prime Minister in April 1993 by the Sovereign National Conference, but subsequently lost an October 1993 vote of no-confidence and resigned. ACTUS joined the 13-member Coordination of Armed Movements and Political Parties of the Opposition (CMAP) coalition in December 1999.
In the parliamentary election held on April 21, 2002, the party won 1 out of 155 seats. Its sole deputy in the National Assembly, Nderbé Kemnade, joined the Federation Parliamentary Group, which is primarily composed of the Federation, Action for the Republic (FAR) party.
ACTUS publishes the magazine Perspectives.
There is a break-away faction of ACTUS led by Ley-Ngardigal Djimadoum.
- Bernard Lanne, "Chad: Regime Change, Increased Insecurity, and Blockage of Further Reforms", Political Reform in Francophone Africa (1997), ed. Clark and Gardinier, pages 278–279.
- Political Parties of the World (6th edition, 2005), ed. Bogdan Szajkowski, page 119.
- "Chad: Thirteen rebel movements form alliance against President Deby", Radio France Internationale (nl.newsbank.com), December 22, 1999.
- IPU-PARLINE page on 2002 parliamentary election.
- List of members of the Federation Parliamentary Group, May 2002.
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