The Info List - Constitution Of Senegal

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The fourth Constitution of Senegal
(Constitution de la République du Sénégal) was adopted in a 2001 referendum. History[edit] Senegal
has previously had three other constitutions: in 1959, 1960 and in 1963.[1] References[edit]

^ Histoire de la Constitution (in French)

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Constitution of Senegal Constitution de la République du Sénégal (in French)

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