Dictator's son winner of Togo election
Provisional results indicate President Faure Gnassingbe won 1.2 million votes, representing 60.9 percent of the roughly 2 million votes cast in the tiny country, said Issifou Tabiou, the head of the election body.
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#1 Mar 6, 2010
Gee, I wonder how he managed that?
Since: Nov 08
#3 Mar 8, 2010
In some part of the world some Dictator's family is still popular while in some other part of the world Some kind of Ponzi scheme works with fanfare and beyond law.
Decency is an unknown word all around the globe
Since: Nov 08
#4 Mar 8, 2010
I had perused the link and i picked up this quote from the above link to expose my ignorance of decency.
"Although the opposition has claimed that this election was rigged, international observers said earlier they have not seen overt evidence of fraud. But they say there is evidence that the ruling party tried to buy off voters.
During campaign rallies, opposition supporters chanted "We were not paid to be here" a jab at Gnassingbe who they accuse of handing out cash and bags of rice to supporters.
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