Senegalese opposition candidates have vowed to join forces to oppose Wade, whom they argue is constitutionally barred from running again. The opposition, however, lacks both a coherent strategy and a strong alternative front-runner amid a wide field of candidates, setting the stage for Wade to win re-election on February 26 with dangerous consequences for the nation.
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