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Monday, 20 March, 2000, 16:19 GMT
Celebrations in Senegal: In pictures
Senegal's opposition supporters take to the streets to celebrate the end of 40 years of uninterrupted Socialist Party rule

Abdoulaye Wade
President-elect Abdoulaye Wade is promising a new Senegal

Opposition supporters outside Abdoulaye Wade's house
Opposition supporters have been in a party mood

supporters party
Supporters began gathering outside Mr Wade's home on election night

opposition supporters celebrate
Local radio reported President Abdou Diouf conceding defeat

President-elect Wade on Monday
Fifth time lucky - Mr Wade lost four previous elections

crowds on the election campaign
Enthusiastic crowds were present during Mr Wade's campaign

THe Abdou Diouf campaign
President Diouf now says he will retire gracefully

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