Controversy Brews as Togo’s Opposition Denounces Constitution Overhaul

The proposed constitutional reforms in Togo have sparked intense opposition, with critics accusing President Faure Gnassingbé of orchestrating a power grab to prolong his rule.
Transitioning from a presidential to a parliamentary system, the reforms have drawn ire from dissenting voices, who argue that they are a thinly veiled attempt to consolidate Gnassingbé’s authority, despite claims from supporters that they aim to democratize governance.

Amid mounting public discontent, Gnassingbé has temporarily halted the reforms, citing the need for further consultations.

However, opposition leaders remain steadfast in their resistance, vowing to continue their fight until the changes are retracted.

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