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Vol 54 No 21

Published 18th October 2013


Senegal

Shaky Sall seeks solace

The President has been enacting bold reforms and wiping out the Wade legacy of impunity – but the public wants action on more basic matters

Critical decisions over the future of legal action against Karim Wade are expected within days in Dakar, as Senegal’s anti-corruption court, the Cour de répression de l'enrichissement illicite (CREI), considers how to pursue its probe into the affairs of the man who controlled most major project expenditure during the latter years of his father’s presidency.

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