Friday, February 22, 2008

Republic of Togo Suspends Child Adoption

On February 7, the Togolese government suspended all forms of child adoption due to problems in its adoption system. According to the government, courts granted adoptions on the basis of "abandonment judgments without any social inquiry" while overlooking adoption procedures. The President of Togo, Faure Gnassingbe, asked the Minister of Social Actions and Minister of Justice, to create order in child adoption procedures, settle adoption within Togo in the interest of parties outside the country and clarify legal procedures for children’s law.


Togo Suspends Child Adoption, Mathaba News Agency, February 11, 2008

Togo: Togolese Government Suspends Child Adoption,, February 8, 2008

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