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AD730: Os Cabo-verdianos defendem a igualdade de direitos entre homens e mulheres mas admitem que o governo precisa fazer mais
A maioria dos cidadãos afirmam que as mulheres provavelmente enfrentarão críticas ou assédio se tentarem ser eleitas para cargos públicos.
AD729: Gambians see limited support for vulnerable children, call for stronger government action
Majority of citizens endorse corporal punishment, though opposition is growing.
AD728: Sierra Leoneans urge government to tighten mining regulations to protect the environment
Most citizens call for ‘much more’ government action on pollution.
AD727: Mozambicans call for tighter governmental regulations to protect the environment
Majority of citizens consider pollution a serious problem in their communities.
Pour les Mauritaniens, les médias devraient constamment enquêter et publier sur la corruption et les erreurs du gouvernement
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AD716: Tanzanians praise government efforts on child welfare, oppose corporal punishment
Poor citizens are less likely to say that support services for vulnerable children are available in their community.
AD715: Amid growing insecurity, Nigerians fault police for corruption and lack of professionalism
Only two in 10 citizens say the government is doing a good job on fighting crime.
AD712: Mauritians call for greater government efforts to protect the environment
Citizens cite trash and air pollution as top local issues.
Popular trust in National Elections Commission remains weak, but majority of Liberians trust voter power
AD707: Tanzanians applaud government efforts to promote gender equality but want more
Most citizens endorse equal rights to jobs, land, and political leadership.