Victory of B. D. Faye in the presidential election in Senegal: reactions and congratulations from the DRC

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Reactions to the Senegalese presidential election of March 24, 2024, marking the victory of Bassirou Diomaye Faye, are being felt as far away as the DRC, illustrating the impact of this election on the African continent.

The candidate of the ruling party, Amadou Ba, officially recognized his defeat, welcoming the smooth running of the vote and congratulating his rival, Bassirou Diomaye Faye, for his victory. This uncontested recognition underlines the democratic solidity of Senegal and has sparked positive reactions in the DRC.

Marie-Ange Mushobekwa, member of the FCC in the DRC, expressed her congratulations to the new elected president of Senegal, highlighting the victory of democracy and wishing success and success to Bassirou Diomaye Faye for the well-being of the Senegalese people.

For some, the Senegalese election is seen as a sign of democratic maturity and hope for the continent. Constant Mutamba, MP and former presidential candidate in the DRC, congratulated the new Senegalese president and the Senegalese people for their choice for change, hailing the election as a new wind for a free and independent Africa.

Claudel-André Lubaya, former MP, also highlighted the citizen awareness, democratic maturity and institutional solidity of Senegal, describing the elections as transparent and the results as indisputable, which confers indisputable legitimacy to the elected president.

The election of Bassirou Diomaye Faye is thus seen as a source of inspiration and an example of the strength of destiny and popular will in achieving democratic change.

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