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AD237: Despite concerns about electoral commission and conflict, Mauritians value open elections Most Mauritians say that leaders should be chosen through regular, open, and honest elections. Read more
AD277: Most Mauritians want free news media, private communications free of monitoring Government out: Most Mauritians want news media and private communications free of official interference. Read more
AD225: Maurice fort – mais loin d'être parfait – sur l'égalité des genres et la tolérance sociale Tolérant Maurice: Quoique loin d’être parfaites, l’égalité des sexes et la tolérance sociale sont élevées. Read more
AD214: « Paradis devient rocailleux »: Les Mauriciens perçoivent le changement climatique comme une menace à la qualité de vie Pour Maurice, le petit pays insulaire que Mark Twain qualifiait comme paradis, le réchauffement climatique et la hausse du niveau de la mer peuvent entraîner une multitude de menaces, allant des cyclones et inondations plus violents à la dégradation des... Read more
AD191: Les Mauriciens apprécient leurs conditions de vie, mais beaucoup contestent l’orientation du pays Jouissant d'un environnement politique stable depuis son indépendance en 1968, Maurice est passé d'un pays à faible revenu tributaire du sucre à un pays à revenu intermédiaire supérieur dont la richesse croissante est produite par les services... Read more
Mauritians are tolerant of ethnic and religious diversity but less of people living with HIV/AIDS and homosexuals Afrobarometer’s latest survey shows that Mauritians seem to accept the multi-ethnic and multicultural character of their society and have strong feeling of belonging to the Mauritian nation. Read more
Mauritian identity and tolerance Findings from the AfrobarometerRound 6 Survey in Mauritius. Read more
Mauritians trust most institutions but still think corruption exist within them Findings from the Round 6 Survey in Mauritius (2014). Read more
Mauritians want term limits for the Prime Minister and transparent political party financing Mauritians do not want political leaders to remain in power ad vitam eternam and wish the Prime Minister to remain in power for a maximum of two terms. Read more
Mauritians still trust their institutions but think corruption is strongly affecting them Afrobarometer’s latest survey shows that although Mauritians still trust their political institutions, they are increasingly concerned about corruption. Read more

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