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Togo lawmakers give final approval to new constitution amid opposition fears

  • Lawmakers in Togo approved constitutional changes on presidential term limits and election procedures, labeled by some as a constitutional coup.
  • Amendments were passed extending presidential terms to six years with a one-term limit, and shifting to a parliamentary system where presidents are chosen by parliament members.
  • Critics argue the changes could allow President Faure Gnassingbe to hold power until 2031, limiting democratic reforms.
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