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Senegal

Constitution as adopted on 3 March 1963.

Article 1

    ... The official language of the Republic of Senegal is French. The national languages are Diola, Malinké, Poular, Sérčre, Soninké and Wolof.

Article 3

    Political parties shall contribute to the expression of suffrage. They shall be required to respect the Constitution and thus the principles of national sovereignty and democracy. They are prevented from identifying themselves by race, ethnicity, sex, religion, sect, language or region..

     

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