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Togo's ruling party takes lead in parliamentary elections

Togo's ruling party takes lead in parliamentary elections
 
Togo's president Faure Gnassingbé (L) casting his ballot Reuters/Noel Kokou Tadegnon

The ruling party in Togo has taken the lead in Thursday's parliamentary elections which observers from the West African bloc, Ecowas, say were overall free and fair. But the main opposition coalition, Let's Save Togo, says the poll was marred by irregularities. RFI spoke to Koffi, a Togolese citizen who is critical of both President Faure Gnassingbe -- and the Let's Save Togo coalition.


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