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List of heads of state of Chad

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

President of the
Republic of Chad
Président de la
République du Tchad
  (French)
رئيس جمهورية تشاد (Arabic)
Coat of arms of Chad.svg
Incumbent
Idriss Déby

since 2 December 1990
ResidencePresidential Palace, N'Djamena
Term length6 years, renewable once
Inaugural holderFrançois Tombalbaye
Formation23 April 1962
Salary800,000 FCFA / month
WebsitePresidency of Chad
Coat of arms of Chad.svg
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Chad
Africa (orthographic projection).svg
Africa portal

This is a list of heads of state of Chad since the country gained independence from France in 1960 to the present day.

A total of six people have served as head of state of Chad (not counting one Interim Head of State). Additionally, one person, Goukouni Oueddei, has served on two non-consecutive occasions.

The current head of state of Chad is President of the Republic Idriss Déby, since 2 December 1990.

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Transcription

Contents

Titles

Key

Political parties
Other factions
Status
  •   Interim Head of State

List of officeholders

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Tenure Elected Political affiliation Prime Minister(s)
Took office Left office Time in office
1
François Tombalbaye p1959.jpg
François Tombalbaye
(1918–1975)[1]
11 August 1960 13 April 1975
(assassinated.)
14 years, 245 days 1962
1969
PPT / MNRCS Position not established
No image.png
Noël Milarew Odingar
(1932–2007)
13 April 1975 15 April 1975 2 days Military Position not established
2
No image.png
Félix Malloum
(1932–2009)
15 April 1975 23 March 1979
(resigned.)
3 years, 342 days Military Habré
3
No image.png
Goukouni Oueddei
(1944–)
23 March 1979 29 April 1979 37 days FROLINATFAP Position vacant
4
No image.png
Lol Mahamat Choua
(1939–2019)
29 April 1979 3 September 1979 127 days MPLT Position vacant
(3)
No image.png
Goukouni Oueddei
(1944–)
3 September 1979 7 June 1982
(deposed.)
2 years, 277 days FROLINATFAP Ngardoum
5
Hissene Habre.jpg
Hissène Habré
(1942–)
7 June 1982 2 December 1990
(deposed.)
8 years, 178 days 1989
(referendum)
FAN / UNIR Ngardoum
6
Idriss Déby at the White House in 2014.jpg
Idriss Déby
(1952–)
2 December 1990 Incumbent 28 years, 344 days 1996
2001
2006
2011
2016
MPS Bawoyeu
Yodoyman
Moungar
Koumakoye
Djimasta
Ouaido
Yamassoum
Kabadi
Faki
Yoadimnadji
Younousmi
Koumakoye
Abbas
Nadingar
Dadnadji
Deubet
Padacké


Latest election

Candidate Party Votes %
Idriss Déby Patriotic Salvation Movement 2,219,352 59.92
Saleh Kebzabo National Union for Democracy and Renewal 473,074 12.77
Laoukein Kourayo Médard Chadian Convention for Peace and Development 392,988 10.61
Djimrangar Dadnadji CAP-SUR 186,857 5.04
Delwa Kassiré Koumakoye 73,636 1.99
Malloum Yoboide Djeraki 67,019 1.81
Mahamat Ahmad Alhabo 58,533 1.58
Abdoulaye Mbodou Mbami 53,204 1.44
Clément Djimet Bagaou 48,471 1.31
Gali Gatta Ngothé 44,899 1.21
Brice Mbaimon Guedmbaye 36,647 0.99
Beassoumda Julien 24,125 0.65
Djividi Boukar 25,107 0.68
Invalid/blank votes 419,818
Total 4,123,730 100
Registered voters/turnout 6,252,548 65.95
Source: Constitutional Court

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ Changed name to N’Garta Tombalbaye on 30 August 1973 due to the policy of Africanization

External links

This page was last edited on 11 November 2019, at 23:31
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