The main opposition party, the National Alliance for Change (ANC) has replaced two of its representatives to the Electoral Commission (INEC).
Assiongbo Ekpe AMmuzun and Jean-Jacques Folly replace Bemba Nabourema and Essem Amelewonou.
They were sworn in Thursday before the President of the Constitutional Court, Aboudou Assouma.
The party of Jean-Pierre Fabre are yet to give reasons for these changes.
The ANC was formed in October, 2010 as they seek to unseat one of Africa's oldest political dynasties.