The ANC’s "I’m here, I’m staying" !
Publié le jeudi 24 juin 2021, par Gabinho
Some were quick to deduce from his letter of denunciation at the end of last May that Jean-Pierre Fabre’s party slammed the doors of the CNAP (National Concertation of Political Actors) set up by the Minister of Territorial Administration , Payadowa Boukpessi. Well, that doesn’t have to be the case. At least that is what one can understand from the exit of the National Secretary for Communication of the ANC (National Alliance for Change), Eric Dupuy.
Among other statements made today by the collaborator of Jean-Pierre Fabre, we retain the following : "We are there, we continue to lead the discussions so that our proposals are taken into account", allusion made to the CNAP, grouping together parties of the presidential majority and the opposition around the Togolese government, with a view to preparing for regional elections.
We dare to hope that the slogan I am here, I will stay there will remain relevant until the end of the process to which the member parties of the DMK (Dynamique Monseigneur Kpodzro) and other Togolese opposition parties have turned their backs. who do not feel comfortable discussing a presidential election in the current mood.