Togo: Deputies adopt a law setting attributes and operating bases of the Grand Lomé district

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Thursday, 14 November 2019 16:59
Togo: Deputies adopt a law setting attributes and operating bases of the Grand Lomé district

(Togo First) - On November 13, 2019, the parliament passed a law on the attributes and functioning of the Grand Lomé autonomous district. 

The district will be managed by a council of 52 advisors and a district governor. Its communities will be represented by 26 advisors while the other 26 advisors, as well as the district governor, will be appointed by the Head of State. 

"This entity was created in response to a need to execute actions in the capital, some of which relate to development, maintenance, operationalization, and modernization, that are beyond communities' capacities. This was declared by Payadowa Boukpessi, minister of territorial administration," after the law's adoption. 

The Grand Lomé autonomous district is endowed with its own financial autonomy and legal status. It regroups the Lomé-commune and Agoè-Nyivé municipalities. It is the local authority representing the whole of the capital. 

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