The inauguration ceremony of Senegals fourth president will take place on Monday April 2 in Dakar, sources said yesterday. But unlike his immediate predecessor, who was sworn in at the jam-packed Leopold Sedar Senghor football stadium amid thunderous traditional fanfare, Macky Salls inauguration ceremony will take place at the constitutional council. The newly-elect leader will be sworn-in by the five-man constitutional council during a plenary session of the August body, which presides over constitutional matters and the final authority of presidential election process. Sall will be sworn-in as the countrys fourth president, two days ahead of the countrys 52nd independence anniversary. Sources close to the organising committee for the inauguration, told Africa Review that the event will only be witnessed by a sizeable number of the public from a cross-section of the country. The presence of foreign heads of state and international organisations attending the event is still unclear. This could ostensibly be in keeping with Salls austerity measures to save badly needed money in order to help improve the biting social and economic difficulties in the country. During the course of the inauguration ceremony, Sall will resign as mayor of the capital of his native region of Fatick. In the Francophone system of government, all MPs are automatically mayors of their regional capitals. Meanwhile, outgoing President Abdoulaye Wade has announced that he will proceed with the passing over ceremony with Sall on the same day at the Presidential Palace in Dakar.