Since 1999, Human Rights Watch has been working with the victims of Chad's exiled former president, Hissène Habré, to bring him to justice. Habré is accused of thousands of political killings and systematic torture when he ruled Chad, from 1982 to 1990. He has been living since then in exile in Senegal, where he was indicted in 2000. Habré is also wanted by Belgium on charges of crimes against humanity, war crimes, and torture. After years of stalling by Senegal, the new government of President Macky Sall finally opened a path to justice for Habré’s victims.