Dispatches

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AD321: Is Benin’s democracy living up to its reputation?
In Benin, strong majorities say that citizens have to be careful about what they say about politics (66%), which political organizations they join (69%), and how they vote (78%). Read more
« Malgré les améliorations, force est de reconnaître que des insuffisances majeures persistent relativement à: (i) la qualité des routes, (ii) la faible couverture du pays en route et (iii) la surcharge sur les routes ». Read more
O Cabo Verde destaca-se no continente Africano como um paradigma de tolerância e respeito pelos direitos humanos e liberdades fundamentais. Read more
In Cabo Verde, satisfaction with democracy drops along with approval of government’s economic performance. Read more
In Botswana, more women than men say it is easy to access basic public services. Both women and men say they are generally treated with respect by public officials. Read more
In August 2017, as part of a broader reform agenda, Gambian President Adama Barrow launched a security sector reform (SSR) process to overhaul the country’s security institutions in line with democratic norms and practices. The reform initiative is... Read more
Embora as receitas fiscais sejam uma parte crítica do financiamento de serviços governamentais, muitos países em desenvolvimento enfrentam obstáculos na implementação de sistemas fiscais eficazes e eficientes (Tanzi & Zee, 2000). Read more
São Toméans support taxes but don’t trust tax officials. Read more
AD315: Le Niger sur les ondes: La radio, première source d’information
Avec 84% de sa population vivant en zone rurale, dont la plupart a du mal à avoir accès à l’électricité, le Niger montre la domination continue de la radio comme source d’information de sa population, révèle la dernière enquête Afrobarometer. Read more
Fear in politics: A majority of Guineans say the government is doing a poor job of preventing election-related violence. Read more

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