Idriss Deby and the Darfur Conflict
By: Esaie Toingar (author)Paperback
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This book verifies claims that Idriss Deby Itno, current ruler of Chad, is the unacknowledged cause of much of the war and mayhem in central Africa: ethnic violence against the people of Chad; instigation of two wars in Sudan; removal of the democratically elected presidents of the Central African Republic and the Congo Republic; involvement in war in the Democratic Republic of Congo during the regimes of Mobutu Sese Seko and Laurent Kabila; maintenance of an international counterfeiting operation; and theft of diamonds and property all over the region. Yet Deby, commits crimes against humanity, subverts election law and the constitution, and is greatly responsible for the Darfur crisis. The French government seems to trust him to protect French economic interests in the region.
Electrical information engineer Esaie Toingar lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
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