Benin elections: Protesters call for president to resign

In Benin, protesters are still demanding the president resign after days of violent demonstrations.

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    The opposition in the West African country of Benin is refusing to accept April's parliamentary election results.

    Members of parliament are now calling for President Patrice Talon to resign after days of violent protests.

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from Cotonou.


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