Idrissa Seck

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Idrissa Seck (2008)

Idrissa Seck (born August 9, 1959 in Thiès ) was Prime Minister of Senegal from 2002 to 2004 .

Before he was appointed prime minister, Seck had been mayor of Thiès, a city 70 km east of Dakar . He was Prime Minister of Senegal from November 4, 2002 until he was dismissed by President Abdoulaye Wade on April 21, 2004 . Wade appointed the previous Minister of the Interior, Macky Sall, as his successor .

Idrissa Seck ran as a candidate in the 2007 , 2012 and 2019 presidential elections . Although he had the second-best result in 2007 and 2019 with 14.92% and 20.51%, he had no chance, as a runoff was not required in these elections. In 2012, his vote was 7.56%, only enough for fifth place among the candidates.

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Gouvernement du Senegal: List of the Prime Minister Ministres