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Bocar Dieng: Senegal, death threats and fraud at the polling stations

Doha Centre For Media Freedom :: Bocar Dieng works at the oldest media group in Senegal of Walfdjri, which everybody calls Walf. He lives in Fatick, a small village of 20,000 residents, situated 130 kilometres east of Dakar. On election day, February 26 2012, he went to all the different polling stations in the village to follow the voting process. In the evening he came back to work to report the results to Walf TV and daily newspaper. Dieng is one of fifty reporters dispatched throughout Senegal to do the same job.
Is there fraud at the polling stations?

Continue to read Victoria Baux, www.dc4mf.org

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