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  1. AD42: Les Ivoiriens préfèrent la démocratie malgré l’insatisfaction prononcée qu’ils en ressentent

    ... le pays. Nombreux sont les citoyens qui réclament les élections et l’exercice de l’Assemblée Nationale. Environ neuf personnes sur 10 affirment qu’un bon citoyen doit toujours voter aux élections. C’est pourquoi, dans cette période de révision des listes ...

    Wairimu - 08/25/2015 - 18:09

  2. AD42: Les Ivoiriens préfèrent la démocratie malgré l’insatisfaction prononcée qu’ils en ressentent

    ... le pays. Nombreux sont les citoyens qui réclament les élections et l’exercice de l’Assemblée Nationale. Environ neuf personnes sur 10 affirment qu’un bon citoyen doit toujours voter aux élections. C’est pourquoi, dans cette période de révision des listes ...

    Wairimu - 08/25/2015 - 17:57

  3. WP88: Narrowing the legitimacy gap: The role of turnover in Africa's emerging democracies

    ... citizens aligned with governing and opposition parties. Elections always result in winners and losers, but if they also create ... This paper theorizes about how various qualities of elections (turnover, peaceful, opposition party acceptance, and free and fair) ...

    lulu - 05/26/2015 - 14:50

  4. WP137: Perceptions versus reality: Assessing popular evaluations of election quality in Africa

    ... I test these hypotheses in the context of the 2007 Nigerian elections, using survey data from the Afrobarometer and the International ... that Nigerians were critical of the quality of the 2007 elections and demand electoral institutions with impartiality and ...

    lulu - 05/26/2015 - 12:33

  5. WP63: Voters but not yet citizens: The weak demand for vertical acountability in Africa's unclaimed democracies

    ... be fulfilled. Why has democracy – or, at least, multiparty elections – so far failed to secure better governance and greater ... for influencing leaders. They do not, however, believe that elections have been particularly effective at securing political ... control over elected leaders in the long intervals between elections, a substantial number of Africans do not see any role for themselves. ...

    lulu - 05/26/2015 - 17:37

  6. AD52: Tanzanians approach competitive election with confidence in freedom to choose

    Dispatches 2015 52 Rose Aiko and Thomas Bentley On 25 October 2015, Tanzania will have its fifth multiparty election since the restoration of the multiparty system in 1992. The incumbent president...

    Wairimu - 10/20/2015 - 19:34

  7. AD50: The public agenda: Health care, education, and water top the list of Tanzanians’ priorities

    Dispatches 2015 50 Rose Aiko and Stephen Mwombela On 25 October 2015, Tanzanians will go to the polls to choose the government that will lead the country for the next five years. Once elected, the...

    Wairimu - 10/17/2015 - 17:51

  8. Corruption perceptions in Ghana: Different approaches reach similar conclusions

    ... the two regions where the main opposition party won the 2012 elections (i.e. 20% from Ashanti and 11% from  Eastern) neglected to consider ... eight regions, where the current government won the 2012 elections – because 69% of the country’s adult population lives in those ...

    laurah - 10/05/2015 - 12:50

  9. AD14: In Malawi, women lag in political participation; support for women’s leadership declines

    ... in promoting women candidates in the 2009 and 2014 elections, mainly through their 50-50 campaign. Despite these endeavours and ...

    laurah - 10/14/2015 - 15:11

  10. AD14: In Malawi, women lag in political participation; support for women’s leadership declines

    ... in promoting women candidates in the 2009 and 2014 elections, mainly through their 50-50 campaign. Despite these endeavours and ...

    Anonymous - 10/14/2015 - 14:59

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