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The French colonies of Senegal and French Sudan were merged in 1959 and granted independence in 1960 as the Mali Federation. The union broke up after only a few months. Senegal joined with The Gambia to form the nominal confederation of Senegambia in 1982. The envisaged integration of the two countries was never implemented, and the union was dissolved in 1989. The Movement of Democratic Forces in the Casamance has led a low-level separatist insurgency in southern Senegal since the 1980s, and several peace deals have failed to resolve the conflict. Nevertheless, Senegal remains one of the most stable democracies in Africa and has a long history of participating in international peacekeeping and regional mediation. Senegal was ruled by a Socialist Party for 40 years until Abdoulaye WADE was elected president in 2000. He was reelected in 2007 and during his two terms amended Senegal's constitution over a dozen times to increase executive power and weaken the opposition. His decision to run for a third presidential term sparked a large public backlash that led to his defeat in a March 2012 runoff with Macky SALL, whose term runs until 2019. A 2016 constitutional referendum reduced the term to five years with a maximum of two consecutive terms for future presidents.

Senegal is a presidential republic.

Source: CIA World Factbook

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Législation
février, 2014
Sénégal

La présente loi autorise la ratification de la Convention portant création de l’Agence Panafricaine de la Grande Muraille Verte, adoptée par la Conférence des Chefs d’Etat et de Gouvernement de la Communauté des Etats sahélo sahariens (CENSAD) à Ndjamena, le 17 juin 2010.Cette Agence a pour mission la coordination et le suivi d’une barrière verte de protection contre l’avancée du désert et de contribuer au développement durable sur la bande sahélo saharienne comprise entre les isohyètes 100 et 400 mm sur une distance d’au moins 7000 km de long et 15 km de large, reliant Dakar et Djibouti.

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Réglementations
novembre, 2009
Sénégal

Le présent décret crée l’Agence nationale de l’Aménagement du Territoire (ANAT), ayant pour missions de promouvoir et de mettre en œuvre la politique gouvernementale en matière d’aménagement du territoire, de travaux géographiques et cartographiques et d’amélioration du cadre de vie des populations.

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