Togo Returns to Streets to Stop 'Unfair' Legislative Elections
The government seems determined to hold elections on December 20 and extend President Gnassingbé's rule, by any means necessary, writes Wolali Ahlijah for African Arguments.
Protesters have been marching in Togo for many months (file photo).
The struggle for presidential term limits is not just an issue of electoral reform, it's also about the distribution of power in Togo, writes Anja Osei for The Conversation. Read more »
Political leaders have entered a third day of dialogue in an attempt at ending the political standoff which has seen protests by citizens on an almost weekly basis.
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The opposition is protesting against Constitutional reform recently announced by President Faure Gnassingbé, who has ruled the West African nation since the death of his ... Read more »
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