Presidential election in Senegal: Madické Niang, "plan B" self-proclaimed PDS


The lawyer Madické Niang was part of Abdoulaye Wade's inner circle. © Sylvain Cherkaoui for JA

Madické Niang broke the "Karim ou rien" directive in force at the Senegalese Democratic Party (PDS) to run for president. In this election, this former member of Abdoulaye Wade's close circle plays his political future.

In the days leading up to his return to Dakar, Abdoulaye Wade received several of his faithful at Versailles, including Amadou Sall and Oumar Sarr. At the center of their discussions, again and again the same subject: the strategy of the PDS and its allies for the presidential election of February 24.

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