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Press freedom: Burkina Faso, Nr1 of French-speaking Africa

Press freedom remains one of the fundamental principles of democracy. And Burkina Faso turns out to be a good example. In spite of the sociopolitical crisis occurred in Burkina Faso, the journalists more or less freely did their job. In its report 2015 on the state of the press freedom …

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Election in Tunisia: a climate of «respect» praised by the European Union

Neutrality, good organization and strong civic commitment; that is what characterized the Independent Higher Authority for Elections (ISIE) and the Independent Regional Authorities for Elections (IRIEs), according to a report from the electoral observation mission of the European Union (MOE-EU) in Tunisia. The electoral day was « well organized » and took …

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Burkina Faso: Lt. Col. Zida decorated

Rumors announced him on power after the resignation of the former president, Blaise Compaore (under the pressure of the population). Contrary to all expectations, Lieutenant Colonel Isaac Yacouba Zida delicately led the process having ended with the implementation of the transition organ managed by Michel Kafando. Lieutenant colonel Isaac Yacouba …

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Elections in South Africa: Ban Ki-moon appreciated the peace that prevailed

The parliamentary and provincial elections in South Africa that were held in peace with a high participation of voters were appreciated on Thursday by the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon.   We should note that they were more than 25, 3 million South Africans to go to the polls …

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