Senegal’s President Macky Sall will leave office in April, but there’s uncertainty about when elections will happen.

He postponed the vote from Sunday to mid-December, sparking deadly protests. Now, talks will decide the election date, but the opposition isn’t participating.

Some fear Sall might prolong his leadership. He mentioned there might not be enough time for a new president before he steps down.

Sall’s offer to release an opposition leader aims to ease tensions, but critics doubt his intentions.

Sall, who promised not to overstay, faces criticism for not setting a new election date.

This information was summarized from BBC.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *