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Mali Round 9 résumé des résultats
Résumé des résultats pour le Mali, 2022
AD600: Nigerians’ grim outlook points to high stakes in competitive elections
Findings suggest a desire for change and a widening political field.
AD599: Africans want age limits for government heads (but don’t reject retirement-age leaders)
Many would set the maximum age for presidents higher than the retirement age for other jobs.
AD599: Les Africains désirent une limitation de l’âge des dirigeants (sans toutefois rejeter les leaders en âge de retraite)
Beaucoup fixeraient l'âge maximum des présidents plus haut que l'âge de la retraite pour les autres emplois.
AD598: Nigerians want competitive elections but don’t trust the electoral commission
Only 23% of citizens say they trust the Independent National Electoral Commission “somewhat” or “a lot.”
AD597: Batswana offer mixed assessments of police trustworthiness and professionalism
Citizen ratings of government crime-reduction efforts are on the decline.
AD596: Child welfare in Ghana: Citizens say government is not doing enough
Fewer than half of citizens say resources to help vulnerable children are available in their community.
AD595: Angolans approve of government’s pandemic response but say aid to households inadequate
A majority of citizens say distribution of COVID-19 relief assistance was unfair.
AD595: Os Angolanos aprovam a resposta do governo à pandemia, mas dizem que a ajuda às famílias foi inadequada
A maioria dos cidadãos disseram que a ajuda à COVID-19 foi distribuída de forma injusta.
AD594: Batswana see gender-based violence as a priority for government and societal action
Half of citizens say violence against women and girls is common in their community.
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