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Gambians expect Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission to heal the nation but want human-rights violators prosecuted, study shows Gambians have varying expectations of the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC), including both national healing and justice, Afrobarometer’s inaugural national survey in the country reveals. Read more
Attitudes towards parties, elections and the IEC in South Africa Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in South Africa Read more
AD248: Increasingly non-partisan, South Africans willing to trade elections for security, housing, jobs Increasingly non-partisan, majority of South Africans willing to trade elections for security, housings, jobs. Read more
AD247: Losing the war on graft? Tunisians dissatisfied with government’s anti-corruption performance La corruption se classe troisième parmi les problèmes les plus importants auxquels les citoyens tunisiens voudraient que le gouvernement s’attaque. Read more
AD246: Les Camerounais, conscients de leur rôle dans la lutte contre la corruption, hésitent à s’y engager La corruption au Cameroun: Les citoyens sont conscients de leur rôle dans la lutte contre ce fléau, mais hésitent à s’y engager. Read more
AD245: Les Togolais ont davantage foi en leur pouvoir de faire avancer la lutte contre la corruption Au Togo, la corruption est l’un des facteurs majeurs compromettant la lutte contre la pauvreté, selon la Banque Mondiale (2018). Étant donné les effets néfastes de la corruption sur le développement économique, le gouvernement togolais a mis en place la... Read more
Liberians approve of President George Weah but critical of government economic performance, survey shows A majority of Liberians approve of President George Weah’s performance since he assumed office in January 2018 but rate the government poorly on economic management, a new Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
AD244: Liberians approve of President Weah but are critical of government performance on the economy Yes and no: Liberians approve of President Weah but are critical of government performance on the economy. Read more
President’s performance, citizenship, land ownership and the TRC’s mandates: What do Liberians say? Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Liberia. Read more
Two-thirds of Liberians want exclusive citizenship and land ownership laws maintained, study shows Two-thirds of Liberians want the exclusive black citizenship law in the country to be maintained, a new Afrobarometer survey reveals. The same proportion say only Liberian citizens should be allowed to own land. Read more

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