The announcement of the resumption of political dialogue, made last Friday, by the Council of Ministers is widely commented on by the leaders of parties.The ANC "takes note" but sets its conditions.
"If the government calls on us for dialogue and to honor certain prerequisites such as the return of our deputies to the National Assembly, we will go," said the leader of the opposition group, Jean-Pierre Fabre.
For the Agbéyomé Kodjo side (left), leader of Obuts (opposition) it is rather good news.
"The political situation in our country requires that there be a genuine dialogue so that we can build institutions that will form the basis of our democracy," said the former Prime Minister of Togo.
The president of Togo, Faure Gnassingbé, had hoped earlier this year to initiate a broad discussion with the entire political class to come before the deadlines, and local laws.