Togo Opposition Challenges Election ResultTogo's incumbent, Faure Gnassingbé, was re-elected in the race against challenger Jean-Pierre Fabre, who is disputing the results, alleging irregularities in the vote count.
Voters line up at the polls in Togo on Thursday.
UN News, 7 March 2010
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called for calm in Togo, where the provisional results of the 4 March presidential election were announced on Saturday, and for any grievances to… Read more »
UNIRIN, 6 March 2010
Victory claims by two presidential candidates and continued threats of violence from the opposition are keeping many Togolese indoors two days after the election as they fearfully… Read more »
Republic of Togo, 7 March 2010
The president of Togo's election commission has declared Faure Gnassingbe winner of the presidential race with 60.91 percent of the vote. Read more »
UNIRIN, 4 March 2010
As up to 3.2 million Togolese cast their ballots in the presidential election on 4 March, IRIN asked voters and experts what it would take to reach true reconciliation after… Read more »
UNIRIN, 3 March 2010
More than 3,000 local election observers, 6,000 soldiers, and representatives of international election transparency watchdog groups are scattered across Togo on the eve of a… Read more »
allAfrica, 3 March 2010
Togo's election campaign culminated in a major show of strength at rallies in the capital, Lomé, ahead of the presidential poll on Thursday. Read more »
UNDP, 2 March 2010
On 4 March, the Togolese will elect their new president in a climate of hope, with many hoping that the March elections will proceed peacefully, thereby firmly and permanently… Read more »