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Senegal This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Senegal Constitution President Abdoulaye Wade Prime Minister Souleymane Ndéné Ndiaye Parliament Senate National Assembly Political parties Elections: Presidential: 2000, 2007 Parliamentary: 2001, 2007 Regions Departments Arrondissements Communes Rural communities Casamance Conflict Foreign relations Other countries · Atlas Politics portal view · talk · edit The Senegalese constitutional referendum was held on 7 January 2001 to approve a new constitution for Senegal. It was the third referendum since Senegal became independent and resulted in an overwhelming yes vote. The vote paved the way for early parliamentary elections to take place in April 2001. The constitutional reform abolished the Senate of Senegal, which had only come into existence in 1999; its first election had been boycotted by the opposition parties, who viewed its creation as unnecessary. Result Referendum results: Votes cast 1,678,097 65.74% Abstentions 874,492 34.26% Electorate 2,552,589 100.0% Of votes cast: Valid votes 1,651,433 98.41% Invalid votes 26,664 1.59% Total votes 1,678,097 100.0% Of Yes and No votes: Yes votes 1,552,401 94.0% No votes 99,032 6.0% Total 1,651,433 100% External links Results from Electionguide.org v · d · e Elections and referendums in Senegal Presidential elections 1963 · 1968 · 1973 · 1978 · 1983 · 1988 · 1993 · 2000 · 2007 Parliamentary elections 1957 · 1959 · 1963 · 1968 · 1973 · 1978 · 1983 · 1988 · 1993 · 1998 · 2001 · 2007 French elections 1946 · 1951 · 1956 · 1958 Referendums 1963 · 1970 · 2001 This Senegal-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This African election-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e