Benin Post-election Violence: Military Patrol Cotonou Streets

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 05-May-2019

Security forces maintained a tight clamp on protests in the city of Cotonou, after two days of post-election violence.

Soldiers broke up demonstrations with gunfire after the opposition called for the annulment of last Sunday’s parliamentary election.

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Life returned back to near-normal in much of Cotonou a day after soldiers broke up demonstrations with gunfire around the home of former-President Thomas Boni Yayi, which had become a focal point of anger over Sunday’s parliamentary polls, which took place without opposition parties.

The opposition says they will not give up the push for a new direction in Benin.

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