A US State Division spokesman, Matthew Miller, in an announcement on Tuesday stated “The US is deeply involved by actions taken to delay Senegal’s February 25 presidential election, which run opposite to Senegal’s robust democratic custom.”
Equally, the CDD in an announcement stated that other than disrupting the timeline for the conduct of elections, this determination represents a transparent violation of the rule of legislation and the democratic rights of the Senegalese individuals.
“We due to this fact urge the Senegalese authorities to respect the sanctity of the democratic course of. Elections are the muse of democracy, permitting residents to train their proper to decide on their leaders,” it stated.
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In the meantime, human rights lawyer and Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Femi Falana, has known as on the management of Heads of State and Authorities of the Financial Neighborhood of West African States (ECOWAS) to instantly reply to the deteriorating human rights and rule of legislation disaster in Senegal.
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