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Sall II: Harder, better, faster, stronger

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President Macky Sall’s first-round victory in the country’s recent presidential election re-asserts his strong position and provides him with a clear mandate to deliver the second phase of his economic plan. Sall now intends to make full use of this renewed mandate to accelerate key reforms. He has already set the tone in the very first Council of Ministers on Wednesday 10 April, summoning newly-appointed cabinet members to deliver fast results and announcing an unexpected constitutional reform.

 

In this note, we look at some of these reforms and analyse the path ahead for Senegal. Click here to download the article. 

 

About the author:

Arnaud Liege is a political risk and business intelligence analyst specialising in West Africa. In this role, he advises clients on political, regulatory, reputational and security risks to support opportunity identification and strategic investments in sub-Saharan Africa. 

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