Togo's ruling and opposition parties resumed dialogue on institutional and constitutional reforms in Lome on Thursday.
The talks had broken down shortly before the presidential election in March 2010.
They resumed under the auspices of the CVJR.
However, Jean-Pierre Fabre's National Alliance for Change (ANC), boycotted the talks along with another group, The Renewal Action Committee (CAR).
The discussions focus notably on the presidential eligibility rules, including mandate limits as well as the role of the prime minister, the constitutional court and the senate.