The National President of the Party for Democracy and Full Independence (PDI) and candidate in the Chadian presidential election on 11th April, Lydie Béassemda, urged the population to vote for her candidacy in order to ensure a better future and enter history with the election of a woman. It was Monday, during his meeting in Lai, in the province of Tandjilé.
Unlike other candidates calling for a boycott of the Chadian presidential election on 11 April, the national president of the Party for Democracy and Full Independence (PDI), Lydie Beassemda, encouraged the population to vote massively for her candidacy in order to ensure a better future and to enter history with the election of a woman. “Don’t listen to those who tell you not to vote because they won’t be there to solve your problems. They won’t be here when your families are hungry. You must express your anger, your demands, by saying that you want a federal Chad,” said Lydie Béassemda.
On the other hand, the national president of the Party for Democracy and Full Independence (PDI), Lydie Béassemda, asked voters to go and withdraw their cards, while blaming the «rebellions». “Those who say they don’t go to elections, they are the ones who are represented in the CENI, their representatives are in all the CENI, and they are the ones who will validate the results of the CENI. We’re talking about a boycott, that’s not true. They would start there, the control bodies. Just go out and vote and express your anger,” she said.
At the same time, the RNDT «Le Réveil», stormed the city of Fianga, to convince potential voters in the Presidential election of April 11. This fashion show proves the end of the reign of MPS. Today is the Easter Bridge. I rely on the quotation of Jesus who, on the dying cross, said, “Father does not condemn them because they do not know what they are doing”. This is exactly what is happening here, so they do not know what they are doing by buying the conscience of the people,” preached Pahimi Padacké, the candidate of the National Assembly for Democracy in Chad “The Awakening”. “Deby will be beaten on April 11 and come to you asking for forgiveness. Trust me,” he said.
Source : Afrik.com / By Dale Abraham Sarr