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Abdoulaye Wade

Date of Birth: 29/05/1926


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Rebels edge closer to Tripoli

These include Senegal’s President Abdoulaye Wade who in June became the first African leader to visit the TNC in Benghazi...


One day, son

On 22 June President Abdoulaye Wade – officially 84 but probably nearer 90 – was about to propose a constitutional amendment to secure a guaranteed third term in February’s elections and a legal means to leave the presidency to his son Karim if he dies in office...


Wade wants to stay on

Despite a growing sense that he is losing his political touch President Abdoulaye Wade is determined to stand in February’s presidential election people close to him have told Africa Confidential...


Not so golden jubilee

Missing Moammar Four African Presidents attended the celebrations – Liberia's Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Guinea's new President Alpha Condé President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Equatorial Guinea and Senegal's Abdoulaye Wade – along with African Union Commission President Jean Ping...


Democracy standoff

Ould Abdel Aziz is nurturing relations with his Senegalese neighbour President Abdoulaye Wade another partisan of Ouattara...


Elections on trial

Of the seven leaders present four had credible electoral mandates: Ghana’s John Atta Mills Liberia’s Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Mali’s Amani Toumani Touré and Senegal’s Abdoulaye Wade...


Madické Niang

He was a legal advisor to President Abdoulaye Wade in 2000-02 then Minister of Housing (2002-03) Mines (2003-08) and Justice (2008-09)...


Holding their breath

He publicly fulminated about an open meeting between Ouattara and Senegal’s President Abdoulaye Wade on 11 November after the first round of voting...


Super-Minister Wade

President Abdoulaye Wade’s son Karim Wade already holds the Senegalese government’s most senior position as what the Dakar press calls ‘Super-minister’ in charge of International Cooperation Air Transport and Infrastructure...


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