#constitutionalreform

  1. Togo: Togo Opposition Cries Foul As Election Vote Count Favours Government

    By Rfi / RFI [RFI] Opposition groups in Togo have accused authorities of ballot-stuffing in Monday's legislative and regional elections, where vote counting is still underway. Regional observers, however, judged the polls to be free and fair. Electoral authorities have yet to relea
  2. Togo: Togo Heads to Polls Amid Claims of Power Grab By President Gnassingbé

    By Melissa Chemam With RFI / RFI [RFI] Some four million Togolese are to vote Monday for legislative and regional elections that have been twice delayed. Opponents accuse longtime ruler Faure Gnassingbe of seeking to extend his grip on power after MPs signed off on controversial c
  3. Togo: Togo's Opposition Urges Mass Protests Over Delayed Elections

    By Zeenat Hansrod / RFI [RFI] Togo's opposition has called for a three-day mass protest against the delay of this month's parliamentary elections - due in two weeks - which the government said would allow for a second reading of a contested constitutional reform. The opposition acc
  4. Togo: Opponents Slam Togo's New Constitution As Ploy for Gnassingbé to Stay in Power

    By RFI [RFI] Togo's presidency has asked the parliament for a "second reading" of a controversial constitutional reform approved last week following public outcry over what opponents say is a ploy by President Faure Gnassingbé to hold onto power and extend his nearly two-decade-lo
  5. Economic hardship: Tinubu gets strong message from famous PDP chieftain, details emerge

    By Esther Odili President Bola Tinubu has been urged to prioritise the welfare of Nigerians following the current harsh economic realities In a recent interview, Bode George, a PDP chieftain urged the president to do the needful so that Nigerians can be hopeful and speak well of th
  6. #electricity #power #shortages #YucatanPeninsula #humantrafficking #constitutionalreform #awareness #campaign #chiefofpolice #CJDCAMCC #youth #ambassadors #Belize Electricity shortages threatened on the Yucatan Peninsula—news from Belize, 22 June.