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Vol 65 No 10

Published 9th May 2024


The Gnassingbé dynasty prolongs its grip on the state

The ruling party won a sweeping majority in parliamentary elections, allowing the Gnassingbé family to continue its 57-year rule

The scale of the ruling Union pour la République (UNIR) victory in the parliamentary elections on 29 April dashes the hopes of opposition parties that the vote might have challenged Togo's new constitution.

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