Togo's opposition parties say they will continue a general strike and hold new demonstrations Monday to protest the installation of President Faure Gnassingbe.
The capital, Lome, was calm today (Sunday) one day after police and protesters clashed, killing three people.
President Gnassingbe has vowed to investigate the deaths and praised security forces for enforcing a ban on public demonstrations since his father's death this month
Opposition groups have accused Togo's military of launching a coup by naming Mr. Gnassingbe to replace his father (Gnassingbe Eyadema).
African leaders have warned Togo may face sanctions if it does not restore constitutional order in the nation.
Saturday, West African leaders (from the ECOWAS bloc) met a Togolese delegation in Niger to demand Mr. Gnassingbe step down and call elections within 60 days.