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High demand, low supply

Mauritians’ preference for democracy remains strong despite waning quality

More in Dispatch 457

Unequal before the law

Tunisians trust their courts but say people are treated unequally

More in Dispatch 455 (only available in French) 

Access denied

Freedom of information in Africa falls short of public expectations

More in Dispatch 452

Mixed media

Ethiopians support media’s watchdog role but endorse regulated access to Internet and social media 

More in Dispatch 448

COVID-19 in the Gambia

Citizens say government has handled the pandemic well, but they don’t trust vaccines

More in Dispatch 447
Looking for justice

Most Kenyans seek – and find – justice outside formal court system

More in Dispatch 442

Power yes. Politics no.

Citizens say traditional leaders should have greater influence, but not on how people vote

More in Dispatch 443

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