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Selon la plus récente enquête d’Afrobaromètre au Niger, le gouvernement devrait contrôler ou pouvoir interdire les médias/la presse de publier n’importe quelle information. Read more
Selon la plus récente enquête d’Afrobaromètre au Niger, la démocratie, quoique relativement jeune, est un système politique connu par la quasi-totalité (84%) des Nigériens. Read more
Résultats du 6ème Round d’Afrobaromètre au Niger 1ère Dissémination. Read more
Significant proportions of Tanzanians voice concerns about the likelihood of a fair vote count, about bribery of voters, and about biased media coverage, and some citizens express fear of election-related intimidation and violence. Read more
Ivoirians harbour mistrust of the Independent Electoral Commission and are concerned about the fairness and security of the election environment. Read more
Résultats du Round 6èmed’Afrobaromètre au Burkina Faso. Read more
Read the latest press releases from Burkina Faso (October 2015): French version only. Read more
Guineans feel free to vote for the candidate of their choice but express concerns about the election environment and the reliability of the vote count, new Afrobarometer survey results indicate. Read more
Devolution and corruption in Kenya
Devolution and corruption in Kenya: Article originally posted on the University of Nairobi "Varsity Focus" Magazine. Read more
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Most Ugandans say corruption increased in the past year, and less than half of them think ordinary citizens can make a difference in the anti-corruption fight, according to the latest Afrobarometer survey. Read more

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