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chad [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

Bits of paper punched out of paper tape or cards
Small pieces of paper removed by a punch.
The paper removed when a hole is punched in a card, in a tape, or at the perforated edge of continuous-form paper—the computer equivalent of a doughnut hole.

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Chad [ imenica {geologija} ]
Generiši izgovor

A family of Afroasiatic tonal languages (mostly two tones) spoken in the regions west and south of Lake Chad in north central Africa; Also called: Chadic, Chadic language.
A landlocked desert republic in north-central Africa; was under French control until 196Also called: Tchad.
Landlocked country in central N Africa, bounded N by Libya, E by Sudan, S by the Central African Republic, and W by Cameroon, Nigeria, and Niger.
government
A national charter was adopted March 199providing for a transitional government prior to the holding of multiparty elections. The charter provides for a 57-member interim legislature, the Higher Transitional Council (CST), elected by delegates to a national conference.
history
Called Kanem when settled by Arabs in the 7th–13th centuries, the area later became known as Bornu and in the 19th century was conquered by Sudan. A French protectorate from 190it was incorporated into French Equatorial Africa 190becoming a separate colony 19and then in 19a constitutent territory of French Equatorial Africa. Chad became an autonomous state within the French Community 195with François Tombalbaye as prime minister.
independence
Full independence was achieved 196and Tombalbaye became president. He soon faced disagreements between the Arabs of the north, who saw Libya as an ally, and the black African Christians of the south, who felt more sympathy for Nigeria. In the north the Chadian National Liberation Front (Frolinat) revolted against the government. In 19Tombalbaye was killed in a coup led by former army Chief of Staff Félix Malloum, who became president of a supreme military council and appealed for national unity. Frolinat continued its opposition, however, supported by Libya, which held a strip of land in the north, believed to contain uranium.
Frolinat expansion
By 19Frolinat, led by General Goukouni Oueddi, had expanded its territory but was halted with French aid. Malloum tried to reach a settlement by making former Frolinat leader, Hissčne Habré, prime minister, but disagreements developed between them. In 19fighting broke out again between government and Frolinat forces, and Malloum fled the country. Talks resulted in the formation of a provisional government (GUNT), with Goukouni holding the presidency with Libyan support. A proposed merger with Libya was rejected, and Libya withdrew most of its forces.
civil war
The Organization for African Unity (OAU) set up a peacekeeping force, but civil war broke out and by 19Hissčne Habré’s Armed Forces of the North (FAN) controlled half the country. Goukouni fled and set up a “government in exile”. In 19a majority of OAU members agreed to recognize Habré’s regime, but Goukouni, with Libyan support, fought on.
cease-fire
After Libyan bombing, Habré appealed to France for help. Three thousand troops were sent as instructors, with orders to retaliate if attacked. Following a Franco-African summit 198a cease-fire was agreed, with latitude 16şN dividing the opposing forces. Libyan president Col Khaddhafi's proposal of a simultaneous withdrawal of French and Libyan troops was accepted. By Dec 19all French troops had left, but Libya's withdrawal was doubtful. Habré dissolved the military arm of Frolinat 19and formed a new party, the National Union for Independence and Revolution (UNIR), but opposition to his regime grew. In 19Goukouni was reported to be under house arrest in Tripoli. Meanwhile Libya intensified its military operations in northern Chad, Habré's government retaliated, and France renewed (if reluctantly) its support.
fall of Habré
It was announced March 19that France, Chad, and Libya had agreed to observe a cease-fire proposed by the OAU. A meeting July 19between Habré and Khaddhafi reflected the improvement in relations between Chad and Libya. Habré was endorsed as president Dec 19for a further seven-year term under a revised constitution, introduced July 199In Dec 19the government fell to rebel opposition forces, Hissčne Habré was reported killed, and the rebel leader Idriss Deby became president. A national charter was adopted March 199providing for an interim government pending the introduction of a multiparty system.
toward democracy
Between Oct 19and Jan 199a number of antigovernment coups were foiled, sometimes with the help of French troops. The new government moved nearer to multiparty politics when two opposition groups, the Alliance for Democracy and Progress (RDP) and the Union for Democracy and Progress (UPDT), were approved March 199In April 19Fuidel Mounyar was appointed interim prime minister pending the country's first multiparty elections, but was later replaced by Delwa Kassire Koumakoye.
Lake, Lake on the northeastern boundary of Nigeria. It once varied in extent between rainy and dry seasons from 50,0sq km/20,0sq mi to 20,0sq km/7,0sq mi, but a series of droughts 1979–reduced its area by 80%. The S Chad irrigation project used the lake waters to irrigate the surrounding desert, but the 4,0km/2,5mi of canals dug for the project are now permanently dry because of the shrinking size of the lake. The Lake Chad basin is being jointly developed for oil and natron by Cameroon, Chad, Niger, and Nigeria.
The lake was first seen by European explorers 1823.

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