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Fertilizing Togo’s democracy

Jul 25, 2010 1

The row in Togo over whether Togolese opposition groups should join the ruling Rally of the Togolese People (RPT), of President Faure Gnassingbe, in a credible coalition further indicates Africa’s growing democracy. Togolese democratic disputes are not, in themselves, insincere ...

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Opposition in Togo Joins Government in Coalition

May 30, 2010 0

The main opposition party in the West African State of Togo, has suspended its long-serving leader, Gilchrist Olympio, for agreeing to enter a coalition with the ruling RPT government that it says stole power. Protest rallies have erupted across the ...

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Post-Election Violence Threatens Togo’s Stability

Mar 8, 2010 3

As the opposition swore to contest President Faure Gnassingbe’s re-election in Togo, there are reports coming out of the country that teargas was fired at hundreds of protesters on Sunday. Among the protesters was opposition candidate Jean-Pierre Fabre, who has ...

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Faure Gnassingbe Has Been Re-elected as President of Togo

Mar 7, 2010 0

According to reports coming out of Togo, President Faure Gnassingbe the incumbent in the country’s Presidential election is said to have won the elections by a comfortable margin.  The election commission said Faure Gnassingbe, had beaten opposition challenger Jean-Pierre Fabre. ...

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Attackers of Togo Football Team Arrested in Angola

Jan 11, 2010 0

Authorities in the South-Central African country of Angola have announced that they have arrested two people on suspicion of attacking a bus carrying the Togo national soccer team to the African Nations Cup. The announcement was made by provincial prosecutor ...

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