The Left Out and the State in Dakar

By Ousseynou Faye, Ibrahima Thioub

The construction of another citizenship and a quest of security in Dakar were the main causes of the repression of “left outs” by the Senegalese government. With its growth in crisis from 1979 and given the necessity of promoting democracy, it combined a “big stick” policy and a range of initiatives to seduce and assist the social actors who represent the “left out.”


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