United to Boost Senegal
United to Boost Senegal (Wolof: Bennoo Siggil Senegaal, BSS) is a Senegalese Political coalition, active in the 22 March 2009 Municipal elections in that country. The coalition is made up of members of a number of parties opposed to President Abdoulaye Wade's ruling Senegalese Democratic Party (Parti Démocratique Sénégalais) and its Sopi Coalition. Coalition partners include the Socialist Party of Senegal, Alliance of the Forces of Progress, Front for Socialism and Democracy/Benno Jubël, and Reform Movement for Social Development. Prominent BSS members include Khalifa Sall, Biram Sassoum Sy, Doudou Issa Niasse, and Haoua Dia Thiam. The party's colours are Green and Yellow.
March 2009 elections
The party scored several notable victories in the 2009 elections, including the election of former PS government minister Khalifa Sall as Mayor of Dakar  and Fsd/Bj Secretary General Cheikh Bamba Dièye as Mayor of Saint-Louis. BSS candidates won local seats across Senegal in the March elections, including Joal-Fadiouth: in M'bour Department the BSS candidates won 12 of 16 local councils. Prominent PS members of the coalition won mayor races in Yène, Louga, Mermoz-Sacré Cœur, Podor and Kaffrine. In the run up to the 2009 elections, splits began to appear in the BSS coalition, with non-PS candidates such as MRDS member Imam Mbaye Niang breaking with the PS.
- Benno Siggil Senegaal : 2012 vaut mille sacrifices. Mody Niang ARC / Devoir Cityoen 04-04-2009
- Govt admits setbacks in Senegal elections. Mail & Guardian (SA). 24 March 2009.
- BENNO SIGGIL SENEGAAL - Opération de séduction à la Médina. Le Quotidien. Astou Winnie BEYE. 03-03-2009
- L'opposant Khalifa Sall élu maire de Dakar. AFP. 2009-04-19
- Cheikh Bamba Dièye, nouveau maire de Saint-Louis. NETTALI.NET. 10 April 2009
- Benno Siggil senegaal rafle 12 collectivités sur 16. Samba Niébé BA. Sud Quotidien. 24 March 2009
- RESULTATS DÉFINITIFS DES LOCALES : Le Ps revient en force. L'observateur. 15 April 2009
- CONTRE LA BOULIMIE DU PS ET DE L’AFP : Imam Mbaye Niang sonne la révolte. Lobservateur : Vendredi 17 Avr 2009