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Résumé des résultats: Enquête Afrobarometer Round 8 en Guinée, 2019 Enquête Afrobarometer Round 8 en Guinée, 2019 Read more
AD387: Citizens offer bleak outlook on Malawi’s economy Read more
PP68: Corruption crossroads? Rising perceptions of graft weaken citizen trust, threaten Botswana’s democratic standing Botswana at corruption crossroads? Rising perceptions of graft weaken citizen trust, threaten country’s democratic standing. Read more
Is democracy in Mali dying? Not if citizens’ voices are heard By Massa Coulibaly, Carolyn Logan and E. Gyimah-Boadi. Read more
Ethiopians embrace federalism but are split over whether it should be ethnic or geographic, Afrobarometer survey shows A majority of Ethiopians view federalism with independent regional governments as the best form of government for the country, a new Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
Afrobarometer Presentation on Federalism & the Constitution Findings from Round 8 AB Survey in Ethiopia Read more
Ethiopians support constitutional amendments to add federal government languages and limit PM terms, divided on other changes Ethiopians favour amending the country’s Constitution to make the federal government multilingual, limit the prime minister to two terms, and establish a Constitutional Court, a new Afrobarometer survey shows. However, they are divided on private land... Read more
L’accès aux documents d’identité est difficile pour la majorité des Guinéens, selon l’enquête Afrobarometer La récente enquête d’Afrobarometer en Guinée montre que plus de la moitié des Guinéens éprouvent encore des difficultés liées à l’acquisition d’une pièce d’identité de la part des services du gouvernement. Read more
Les Guinéens expriment un accès difficile aux services de la police empiré par la corruption Selon la dernière enquête nationale d’Afrobarometer, les Guinéens trouvent qu’il est difficile d’obtenir l’assistance de la police et que souvent ils sont obligés de payer des pots-de-vin pour obtenir les services dont ils ont besoin. Read more
AD386: Malians, though eager for change from failing state and economy, still demand democracy Is democracy in Mali dying? Though eager for change from failing state and economy, Malians still demand democratic governance. Read more

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