Ìyàtọ̀ láàrin àwọn àtúnyẹ̀wò "Abdou Diouf"

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{{Infobox President
|image=AbdouDiouf03c.jpg
|name=Abdou Diouf
|order=2nd [[List of Presidents of Senegal|President of Senegal]]
|term_start=January 1, 1981
|term_end=April 1, 2000
|prime_minister=[[Habib Thiam]]
|predecessor=[[Léopold Sédar Senghor]]
|successor=[[Abdoulaye Wade]]
|birth_date={{birth date and age|1935|9|7|mf=y}}
|birth_place=[[Louga]], [[Senegal]]
|party=[[Socialist Party of Senegal]]
|religion=[[Sunni Muslim]] ([[Maliki]]-[[Ash'ari]], [[Tijani]])
}}
 
'''Abdou Diouf''' ({{lang-wo|Abdu Juuf}}) (born September 7, 1935<ref name=PS>[http://www.partisocialiste.sn/ps_vie/bioabdou.htm Biography at Socialist Party website] {{fr icon}}.</ref>) was the second [[List of Presidents of Senegal|President]] of [[Senegal]], serving from 1981 to 2000. Diouf is notable both for coming to power by peaceful succession, and leaving willingly after losing the [[Senegalese presidential election, 2000|2000 presidential election]] to [[Abdoulaye Wade]]. He has been the Secretary-General of [[Francophonie|La Francophonie]] since 2003.
 
 
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