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Should President Macky Sall be commended for not breaking the law?

By France24
10 July 2023   |   10:28 am
Senegal’s President Macky Sall has been receiving commendations for not pursuing a third term in office. His announcement came at a time when chaos had broken out in the country at the possibility of him running for a third term, something Sall fought against before he became president. Should he be commended for not going ahead with his plans to bend the law?

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