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The west African regional bloc Ecowas has proposed a 10-day delay to Togo’s elections. Ghana’s President John Dramani Mahama, who is currently the chair of Ecowas, said a delay would allow the voter list to be revised. Opposition parties have repeatedly demanded that the list be audited as they say it contains serious irregularities. Incumbent President Faure Gnassingbe is widely expected to win the 15 April polls giving him a third term in office. He was installed as president by the army in 2005 when his father died. RFI’s Daniel Finnan spoke to Farida Nabourema, a spokeswoman for the Faure Must Go activist group, which is campaigning for Gnassingbe to leave power…

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