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AD651: South Africans call on government to deliver solutions to corruption, poor services
Only one-third of citizens think the government is truly committed to fighting corruption.
AD650: Séparation des pouvoirs entre président, Parlement et justice : Qui contrôle qui au Togo ?
La Constitution togolaise précise que le pouvoir judiciaire est indépendant du pouvoir législatif et exécutif.
AD649: Batswana approve of government’s COVID-19 response, but think resources lost to corruption
Majority say relief assistance was distributed unfairly.
AD648: In Uganda, vulnerable children lack support at the community level, survey findings show
Fewer than half of citizens say help is available for abuse/neglect, disability, or mental/emotional problems.
AD647: Zambians say climate change is making life worse, want collective action to limit it
Most say “a lot more” effort is needed from government, business and industry, ordinary citizens, and developed countries.
WP199: Keeping up with the Dlaminis: Perceived inequalities and satisfaction with democracy in Africa
Feeling better off than other people makes us feel better about our democracy, too.
AD646: Gambians reject men’s use of physical force but see domestic violence as a private matter
Majority think women will be harassed or shamed if they report gender-based violence.
AD645: Blessing or curse? For many Ugandans, costs outweigh benefits of natural resource extraction
With oil money expected to flow, citizens cast wary eye on extraction industry.
AD644: Amid electricity crisis, South Africans want end to government monopoly
Majority of citizens willing to pay more in exchange for reliable power supply.
WP198: Does local infrastructure determine trust in local government councils?
Evidence from Cameroon suggests it plays a role.
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