Whether Macky Sall likes it or not, the elections will take place on March 31, according to the Constitutional Council’s decision

In a turn of events, the long-awaited Constitutional Council finally, on March 6, 2024, set the date of March 31, 2024, for the presidential elections and rejected the proposals from Macky Sall’s national dialogue, pushing the elections to June 12.

As the Council’s decisions are final and above all institutions, Macky Sall, who struggled to choose a date and dissolved his government on the same day, is now compelled to organize the elections on the last day of March.

The Senegalese people are eager to choose a new president and turn the page on one of the darkest episodes in Senegal’s history and democracy.

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