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In the 2014 presidential election, Biram Ould Dah Ould Abeid won only 8.67% of the vote. This time, he would have collected a little over 18% of the vote, far ahead of figures of Mauritanian politics such as former Prime Minister Sidi Mohamed Ould Boubacar or journalist Baba Hamidou Kane.

Lô Gourmo Abdoul, a Mauritanian teacher of public law at the University of Le Havre in France explains: "It's someone who appears to have an extremely sharp speech and who symbolizes the most frustrated layers, so he has excellent political communication that has allowed him to position himself very quickly, especially since he is He's gone a lot faster than everyone else, because he's been in the campaign for a year, unlike the rest of the opposition, and he's the one with the most feared power. "

Mauretanian - Anhänger von Biram Ould Ould Dahd Abeid (- / K. Diagana)

It will be necessary to count with Biram Ould Dah Ould Abeid, according to the Mauritanian political analyst Ely Mustapha."He showed that by his actions he had a lot to change and that he put on the carpet, and he was also quite violent towards the system in place. certain stature, a certain place in the Mauritanian political landscape, " underlines Mr. Mustapha

An enthusiasm that does not share Mohamed Mahjoub of the NGO For Mauritania who criticizes the ideological orientation of the militant anti-slavery "Biram is an identity vote, he does not have many means, but he has a speech that touches a certain part of Mauritania." His speech is like all the speeches made on the level of the right in Europe. , or elsewhere," says Mr. Mahjoub.

Arrested in August 2018, Biram Ould was elected MP from his cell in September. He was released in December of the same year.

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