Opposition leader Agbeyome Kodjo says authorities used ballot stuffing, fake polling stations and people casting multiple votes to skew results in President Faure Gnassingbe's favour.
Opposition supporters clashed with security forces in Togo's capital during protests boycotting the polls because of alleged irregularities in its organisation.
The decision to come to the negotiating table follows five months of massive public protest against the rule of embattled President Faure Gnassingbe.
A ban in the west African country against weekday protests, that was ignored by demonstrators calling for the president to step down, has been scrapped.
The deaths occurred as security forces clashed with demonstrators calling for the resignation of the country's president.
Protests against the rule of President Faure Gnassingbe erupt throughout the country, resulting in the death of at least one person. The opposition has said the protests will not stop.
Togo is a sliver of land in West Africa that is drawing attention for its current political upheaval, which has been long in the making.
It is not clear when it will be come law or if it affects President Faure Gnassingbe, who has been in power since 2005 and is serving a third term.
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