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Feb 28, 2005 Togo: Peer Pressure Plus
Less than a day after the African Union imposed sanctions demanding
a return to constitutional legality in Togo, Faure Gnassingbe
stepped down from the presidential post he had assumed after the
death of his father Gnassingbe Eyadema three weeks ago. Virtually
unanimous condemnation was followed by sanctions from Togo's West
African neighbors and from the continent-wide organization. This
sent the unmistakable message, in the words of one commentator's
headline, that there would be "no business as usual for Baby
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