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human rights organizations

Human rights organizations and opposition parties are concerned about the wave of arrests going on in the country. They follow the deadly demonstrations during the pre-election period that left at least 2 civilians dead and wounded on the police side and the protesters. Every day, the press, social networks and human rights organizations warn of cases of people arrested.…

what we condemn Joël Aïvo “is not yet

Political opponent Joël Aïvo was charged Friday night with "violating security and money laundering." But his lawyers are waiting to know on what basis. Benine's opposition figure, Joël Aïvo, was not allowed to run in the presidential election last Sunday, winning by outgoing President Patrice Talon with almost 87% of the vote…

the Constitutional Court confirms the results

The Constitutional Court proclaimed on Thursday afternoon, April 15, the preliminary results of the presidential election last Sunday. Like the election commission on Tuesday night, it confirms the victory in the first round of outgoing President Patrice Talon. According to these results, Patrice Talon and his co-artist Mariam…

In West Africa, the state of infrastructure

On Tuesday, April 13, a fire broke out in a Nigerian school in Niamey. About twenty children were killed. This event raises questions about the state of schools in West Africa. In Burkina Faso, Mali and Benin, teachers are concerned about student safety. Schools in poor condition, François Yaméogo sees them every day. He…

what observers say about the vote

According to preliminary results announced on Tuesday, April 13, Beninese president Patrice Talon was re-elected in the first round of presidential elections with 86% of the vote. Several observation missions, national and international (ECOWAS, AU, OIF, CEN-SAD) had been deployed to monitor the election process. With our…

the government claims it has made another plan

The day after the publication of the results of the presidential election that won the first round of the outgoing head of state Patrice Talon, the interior minister attributes the murderous violence to "certain political actors". He accuses them of having planned a comprehensive destabilization plan that has been thwarted. In…

la Céna announces re-election of Patrice Talon

According to preliminary results announced Tuesday night by the Autonomous National Electoral Commission, Beninese president Patrice Talon was re-elected in the first round of the presidential election with 86% of the vote and a turnout of 50.17%. According to preliminary figures announced by Céna, Patrice Talon and his helmsman Mariam Chabi Talata won the presidential election with more than 86% of the votes cast, or almost 2 million votes. The head of state "receives from the first round an absolute majority of the…

participation satisfies both camps

In Benin, nearly 5 million voters were called to the presidential election on Sunday, April 11. The largest opposition figures could not present themselves. The day after the election, several political camps reacted. With our special correspondent in Cotonou, Magali LagrangeThe day after first round of presidential elections…

a first round without enthusiasm

Nearly 5 million voters were called to the polls this Sunday, April 11, in Benin for a presidential election against President Patrice Talon against Alassane Soumanou Djimba and Corentin Kohoué. Polling stations closed at 4 pm local time after a low turnout. At polling station number 5, in the EPP in Cadjehoun, the counting…

Voting day in Benin for the first round of

The Benin people are called to the elections on Sunday for the first round of an already disputed presidential election. In addition to three candidates, including current President Patrice and the opposition, several of his candidacies were considered invalid by the Electoral Commission. .

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