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Macky Sall leads Senegal’s dialogue for fair elections

Macky Sall leads Senegal's dialogue towards fair elections

Macky Sall leads Senegal’s dialogue for fair elections

President Macky Sall’s initiative to hold a dialogue in Dakar has led to significant progress in shaping Senegal’s political landscape. The recent conclusion of the dialogue revealed two key outcomes that are poised to impact the nation’s electoral future.

The first significant discussion point focused on the electoral process, particularly regarding the status of candidates. Participants deliberated on the distinction between candidates approved by the Constitutional Council and those labeled as “spoiled candidates.” In an effort to promote fairness and inclusivity, it was agreed that the Constitutional Council would reassess the applications of the “spoiled candidates,” potentially allowing them to participate in the upcoming presidential election.

The second major discussion revolved around determining the election date, with consensus ultimately settling on June 2nd as the appointed day for the presidential election. President Sall had emphasized the importance of wrapping up the electoral process before the rainy season began in June, laying the groundwork for this decision from the dialogue’s inception.

With the dialogue now concluded, all eyes are on President Sall for the final endorsement of the decisions reached during the discussions. The nation eagerly anticipates his response to the proposals from the participants. The outcome of this crucial dialogue is expected to pave the way for a transparent and inclusive electoral process, reaffirming Senegal’s dedication to democratic values.

Macky Sall leads Senegal's dialogue towards fair elections

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