Senegal protests: A call for free and fair elections

Senegal's opposition parties have been protesting in a call for free and fair elections ahead of the 2019 presidential vote.

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    Senegal's opposition parties have been protesting in a call for free and fair elections ahead of the 2019 presidential vote.

    The trial of a high-profile opposition figure on corruption allegations is due to end next week.

    Mayor Khalifa Sall of Dakar is expected to challenge President Macky Sall at the polls.

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque has more from Dakar, Senegal.


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