“The Senegalese began voting on Sunday for the second turn of presidential election between the leader of the State taking out Abdoulaye Wade and his ex-prime minister Macky Sall, determined journalists of several news agencies.”
Certainly the end of Wade in power
Long lines of wait had formed before the beginning of vote at 08 h 00 (the hour place and GMT) in polling stations visited by the journalists in Dakar. About 5,3 million voters are called to vote in these presidential polls in about 11.900 offices across the country, which will close at 18 h 00. Candidate for his own succession, Abdoulaye Wade, 85 years old, for power since 2000, approaches this second turn in a comparatively uncomfortable position… The Senegal is often named as one of the rare examples of democracy in Africa, particularly in Western Africa regularly shaken by politico military acts of violence, as manifests it the State blow which overturned the president on Thursday in neighbouring Mali Amadou Toumani Touré.
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Senegalese Journalist in Dakar: country of Téranga, editor journalist for all news of the Senegal, speaks Wolof, Arabic and French.
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