There have been opposition protests in Chad against the military transition council. It follows the army’s appointment of a civilian prime minister while the opposition wants a full civilian government.
After the killing of President Idriss Deby, the army named his son, a General, as the new leader. Regional powers and France, a key ally of Chad in counterterrorism operations, are pushing for a civilian-military solution.
So what’s next for Chad? BBC Monitoring analyst Hellen Abatoni explains.