LOME, Togo (AP) _ Incumbent Gen. Gnassingbe Eyadema on Friday was officially declared the winner of last month's disputed presidential elections.

Togo's Constitutional Court announced that Eyadema, who has ruled this small French-speaking country for 31 years, won the June 21 vote with 52 percent of the vote.

His main challenger, Gilchrist Olympio, came in second with 34 percent.

Friday's announcement confirms the government's earlier declaration that Eyadema had won re-election.

Togo's top chief electoral officer, Awa Nana, and four subordinates resigned while the results of the race were still being tabulated, complaining of harassment.

The United States and European Union criticized the elections as flawed. Observers said that vote counting was stopped before a clear winner was determined.