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Senegal’s Supreme Court has rejected opposition leader Ousmane Sonko’s appeal against a libel conviction, likely ending his chances of participating in the upcoming presidential election. Sonko, who denies any wrongdoing, had appealed against his conviction in May, which resulted in a suspended sentence and disqualified him from running for president. Sonko, a potential strong challenger to President Macky Sall, has faced multiple court cases in recent years, leading to violent protests. While this rejection is a significant setback, Sonko’s lawyers have stated that he intends to continue fighting the ruling.

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