Togo’s government has banned a series of planned opposition protests on security grounds, saying the marches posed a security risk.
A Togolese opposition leader who had been on hunger strike was evacuated to a hospital in Ghana after his health deteriorated, his relatives said Wednesday.
Togo’s constitutional court on Wednesday called on the government to organise parliamentary elections before the end of the year.
The leader of Togo’s main opposition alliance said on Friday that President Faure Gnassingbe must quit power immediately or protests against his family’s 50-year ruling dynasty would continue.
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