While the Togolese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Professor Robert Dussey took stock of the upcoming meeting as part of the summit that Lomé will host on political transition and the fight against terrorism in West Africa and the Sahel, it received a critical response on Twitter.
Two years after the introduction of the first restrictions on the right to peaceful assembly justified by the Covid-19 pandemic, and while no more patients are in the care structures according to the authorities, Amnesty International Togo calls on the latter to lift the ban on gatherings of more than 15 people and therefore authorize demonstrations.
The Togolese government has launched since March 8, the registration of Togolese living abroad. This census of the diaspora, which has never been done, causes controversy and fears, particularly within the political parties of the opposition.
Togo is behind an initiative that will sound the death knell for crisis linked to terrorism and coups in Sahel and West African countries. An initiative that the General Secretary of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres strongly supports.
The former Prime Minister of Togo,
Gilbert Fossoun Houngbo has been appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI), the New York-based institution announced Thursday.
The member of Parliament in the National Assembly of France, Patrice Anato ensures that he will file a complaint after receiving a threatening letter. The native of Togo explains that this is not the first time that he "or other colleagues" have received such "garbage" letters.