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Power, not partisanship

Zimbabweans want traditional leaders, but not in politics

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Do elections work?

Support for elections weakens among Africans; many see them as ineffective in holding leaders accountable

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Unequal before the law

Tunisians trust their courts but say people are treated unequally

More in Dispatch 455 (only available in French) 

Skeptical about vaccines

Emaswati approve of government’s COVID-19 response, but only a minority want vaccination. 

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Why vote?

More Ugandans see elections as a mechanism for accountability than a tool for representation

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Overpowered

Despite hydropower surplus, most Ugandans report lack of electricity

More in Dispatch 441

Open door

Zimbabweans call for free cross-border movement and open trade

More in Dispatch 472

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