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SENEGAL: OUSMANE SONKO’S FRENCH LAWYER JUAN BRANCO RELEASED

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It didn’t take long for lawyer Juan Branco to get out of the bonds of detention. The traction between the Senegalese authorities and the Spanish consul in Senegal has borne fruit.

Indeed, imprisoned this Sunday after his arrest in Mauritania, he is no longer a resident of the MAC of Rebeuss. According to information from Me Abdoulaye TALL relayed by Pressafrik, he was released on Monday morning.

In addition, it should be noted that the black dress is in the process of being deported to France.

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