UN warns Togo against coup reprisals
The United Nations' top regional envoy has warned Togo's government to respect the country's laws as it seeks those responsible for an apparent attempted coup.
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#1 May 15, 2009
Why U.N believes now that the despotic government of Togo will respect the Togo laws and the international laws. This kind of arbitrary arrest and violation have been taking place in Togo for almost 40 years now. His daddy government never respects any laws and the actual government of Faure Gnassingbe will continue to follow his father, Gnassingbe Eyadema steps. Who are in the government of Togo? They are the same barons who have served in Eyadema government. In Togo, is the president who represents the judiciary power, the executive power and the legislative power. The three branches of the justice department is control by the president of Togo. U.N warning is fake and hypocrite. Who cares if Gnassingbe Eyadema generation decides to kill each other? One must wonder why the only university of lome (Togo) students are still studying political science or law.
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