Government of Chad

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The Government of Chad has been ruled and controlled by Idriss Déby and his Patriotic Salvation Movement since December 2, 1990, and officially since February 28, 1991. An amendment to the Constitution of Chad, passed in 2005, allowed Déby to run for his next term which would be his third. He ran for it and won, although the election was criticized harshly. (See 2006 Chadian presidential election).

The Republic of Chad maintains an embassy in the United States at 2401 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington D.C..

Cabinet[edit]

OFFICE NAME TERM
President Lieutenant General Idriss Déby December 2, 1990-
Deputy Secretary General of the Government Lucie Beassemda[1] July 14, 2020-
Minister Delegate to the Presidency of the Republic, responsible for armies, veterans, and war victims Djimadoum Tiraina June 30, 2019-
Minister Secretary General of the Government, responsible for relations with the National Assembly and the promotion of bilingualism within the Administration Mariam Mahamat Nour[2] March 30, 2018-
Minister of Agriculture Abdoulaye Diar[1] July 14, 2020-
Minister of Civil Aviation and National Meteorology Alladjim Naorgue
Minister of Communications, Spokesperson of the Government Mahamat Zene Cherif[3] July 14, 2020-
Minister of the Economy, Development Planning, and International Cooperation Issa Doubragne[4] December 24, 2017-
Minister of Energy Ramatou Mahamat Houtouin[1] July 14, 2020-
Minister of the Environment and Fisheries Bichara Issa Djadalla
Minister of Finance and Budget Tahir Hamid Nguilin[5][6] June 30, 2019-
Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Integration, and Chadians Abroad Amine Abba Sidik[3] July 14, 2020-
Minister of Higher Education, Research, and Innovation David Houdeingar Ngarimaden[7] June 19, 2018-
Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation Ahmat Abakar Aguid[1] July 14, 2020-
Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seal, responsible for human rights Djimet Arabi[8] December 24, 2017-
Minister of Land Development, Housing, and Urban Planning Amina Ehemir Torna[1] July 14, 2020-
Minister of Livestock and Animal Husbandry Ahmat Mahamat Bachir[9] July 14, 2020-
Minister of National Education and Civic Promotion Aboubakar Assidick Tchoroma[10] May 7, 2018-
Minister of Oil and Mines Oumar Torbo Djarma[11] July 14, 2020-
Minister of Post Offices and Digital Economy Idriss Saleh Bachar[12] January 21, 2019-
Minister of Public Health and National Solidarity Abdoulaye Sabre Fadoul[1] July 14, 2020-
Minister of Public Service, Labor, and Employment Adoum Forteye Amadou
Minister of Public Security and Immigration Souleyman Abakar Adoum
Minister of State, Minister Secretary General of the Presidency of the Republic Kalzeubé Pahimi Deubet[13] May 11, 2018-
Minister of Territorial Administration and Autonomous Communities Mahamat Ismael Chaibo[5][6] June 30, 2019-
Minister of Tourism Development, Culture, and the Arts Patalet Geon[1] July 14, 2020-
Minister of Urban and Rural Hydraulics Tahani Mahamat Hassan[14] July 14, 2020-
Minister of Vocational Training and Trades Achta Ahmat Breme[14] July 14, 2020-
Minister of Women and the Protection of Early Childhood Amina Priscille Longoh[1] July 14, 2020-
Minister of Youth and Sports Routouang Mohamed Ndonga Christian[14] July 14, 2020-
Secretary of State for the Economy, Development Planning, and International Cooperation Abderahim Younous[1] July 14, 2020-
Secretary of State for Finance and Budget Alixe Naimbaye[1] July 14, 2020-
Secretary of State for Health and National Solidarity Djiddi Ali Sougoudi[1] July 14, 2020-
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Evelyne Fakir Kanassawa[1] July 14, 2020-
Secretary of State for National Education and Civic Promotion Moustapha Mahamat Talko[14] July 14, 2020-
Ambassador to the United States Ngote Gali Koutou[15] January 14, 2018-
Permanent Representative to the United Nations Ali Alifei Moustapha[16] January 9, 2017-

References[edit]

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  9. ^ "Tchad : Ahmat Mahamat Bachir fait son retour au Gouvernement". Al Widha (in French). Retrieved 3 November 2020.
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  15. ^ "His Excellency Ngote Gali Koutou". The Washington Diplomat. Retrieved 2 November 2020.
  16. ^ "New Permanent Representative of Chad Presents Credentials". United Nations. Retrieved 2 November 2020.

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