It was an unusual turnout for an odd election in Senegal. The second round of voting for the President went from disturbingly unrestful and violent, to a sweeping victory for democracy, albeit one which delivered little in the way of real change in its immediate aftermath.
Other than changing presidents peacefully, Senegal chose Mr. Sall, the former protege of Mr. Wade, to succeed Mr. Wade. Yes, it was a change of leadership, but one that leaves unanaswered many questions about the future of this once peaceful west African nation, once considered a model of a developing, peaceful democratic nation, despite its rampant corruption at the highest levels of government.
And so Laughzilla drew this Senegal Elections Cartoon for The Daily Dose on the eve of the decisive round at the polls.