Politics of Senegal
Politics in Senegal takes place within the framework of a semi-presidential, democratic republic. The President of Senegal is the head of state and the Prime Minister of Senegal the head of government...
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Casamance
Casamance ([kɑ.za.mɑ̃s], Portuguese: Casamança [kɐzɐˈmɐ̃sɐ]) is the area of Senegal south of the Gambia including the Casamance River. It consists of Basse Casamance (Baixa Casamança, Lower Casama...
Elections in Senegal
Elections in Senegal gives information on election and election results in Senegal.Senegal elects on national level a head of state - the president - and a legislature. The president is elected for a...
Energy in Senegal
Senegal's major source of electricity is mostly diesel and gas, with an installed capacity of 633 MW.
Following institutional reform in 1998, Senegal's electricity sector was split into three...
Foreign relations of Senegal
President Léopold Senghor advocated close relations with France and negotiation and compromise as the best means of resolving international differences. To a large extent, the two succeeding President...
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List of political parties in Senegal
This article lists political parties in Senegal.Senegal presently has a multi-party system.
Casamance River
The Casamance River flows westward for the most part into the Atlantic Ocean along a path about 200 miles (320 km) in length. However, only 80 miles (130 km) of it are navigable. The Casama...
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Ziguinchor
Ziguinchor (also called Zinguinchor) is the capital of the Ziguinchor Region, and the chief town of the Casamance area of Senegal, lying at the mouth of the Casamance River. It has a population of ove...
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Human trafficking in Senegal
Senegal is a source, transit, and destination country for children and women trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and commercial sexual exploitation. Trafficking within the country is more prev...
Liberalism in Senegal
This article gives an overview of liberalism in Senegal. It is limited to liberal parties with substantial support, mainly proved by having had a representation in parliament. The sign ⇒ means a refer...
Bolshevik Nuclei
Bolshevik Nuclei (in French: Noyau-Bolshevik) was a small clandestine Marxist group in Senegal. It published Ferment. At the time of the 1988 elections it promoted abstention.
Alliance of the Forces of Progress (Senegal)
The Alliance of the Forces of Progress (Alliance des forces de progrès) is a political party in Senegal. In the parliamentary election held on 29 April 2001, the party won 16.1% of the popular vote an...
Popular Front (Senegal)
Ahead of the 1936 elections to the French National Assembly, a Popular Front committee was formed in Senegal. It consisted of the local branch of French Section of the Workers' International (SFIO), t...
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Foreign Minister of Senegal
The Foreign Minister of Senegal is a cabinet-level position in the government of the Republic of Senegal. The position was founded upon independence of Senegal from France in 1960.
And-Jëf/African Party for Democracy and Socialism
The And-Jëf/African Party for Democracy and Socialism (And-Jëf/Parti Africain pour la démocratie et le socialisme) is a socialist political party in Senegal led by Landing Savané.And-Jëf/PADS was foun...
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Alioune Sarr
Alioune Sarr, (born September 1, 1908) at Foundiougne in Senegal, was a Senegalese historian, author and politician whose family gained prominence in the Serer precolonial Kingdom of Sine and Saloum...
Samay (mythology)
The Kumpo, the Samay and the Niasse are three traditional figures in the mythology of the Diola in the Casamance (Senegal) and also in Gambia.Multiple times in the course of the year, i.e. during the ...
Samay (mythology) - Wikipedia