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Chad PM resigns, successor appointed: radio

  • Chad Presiden Idriss Deby sits during the opening session of the regional bloc ECOWAS summit on expediting an African force to come to Mali's aid, on January 19, 2013 in Abidjan. AFP PHOTO/ SIA KAMBOU

N'DJAMENA: Chadian President Idriss Deby on Monday appointed chief of staff Djimrangar Dadnadji as the country's new prime minister following the resignation of premier Emmanuel Nadingar, national radio announced.

"I have the honour to hand in... my resignation as prime minister, head of government, three years after you appointed me in this post. Today I have come to the end of my mission," Nadingar wrote in a resignation letter read out on the radio.

The radio broadcast also announced Dadnadji as his successor.

 
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