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Indonesia marks new high in democracy: Survey

RI marks new high in democracy: Survey

The country's Democracy Index (DI) increased this year due to a boost in public political participation as well as the peaceful ending to the political battle of the 2014 general elections, according to research from the University of Indonesia's ... Jakarta Post, 1 week ago

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Govt slams reporting on graft survey

Government says the negative media reporting on South Africa's ranking in an international corruption perception survey is feeding into a pessimistic outlook that will only damage the national psyche and prospects for economic growth. "We ...
 IAfrica.com2 weeks ago China media: Corruption survey anger  BBC2 weeks ago Govt reacts to corruption perception survey weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Gen Y bashing 'mad and dangerous' to Australian democracy

Australian youth are more likely to engage in politics via social media and online petitions. Henry Belot reports. The perception of young Australians as apathetic, lazy, and unlikely to engage in political discourse is inaccurate, mad and ...
 Lithgow Mercury1 month ago What can the selfie teach us about democracy?  The New Daily2 weeks ago
Ghana News Agency

Children in Afram Plains do not have birth certificates

A survey conducted by the Ghana News Agency (GNA) Media Auditing and Tracking of Development team showed that most parents in the two districts do not have birth certificates for their children and themselves. Out of 94,868 children between ages ...
 Ghana News Agency1 month ago
World News Australia

Voters want right to recall poor-performing MPs, survey says

Related Story: Poll reveals waning interest in politics, democracy If Australians had their way, major political parties would face a revolution including MPs being free to vote against the party line and voters holding the power to recall local ...
 ABC Online1 month ago Young Australians politically engaged but dissatisfied with system, favour overhaul: Survey  World News Australia1 month ago Australians want a cap on political advertising  AdNews1 month ago Aussies 'alarmingly' dissatisfied with democracy  Special Broadcasting Service1 month ago

Midday open thread: Media tout flawed gun poll, shippers promise prompt Xmas package delivery

Today's comic by Mark Fiore is Citibank democracy : What's coming up on Sunday Kos ... Ignoring torture here at home, by Denise Oliver Velez We are no better than our enemies, by Mark E Andersen You won't believe what happens in a manual ...
 Daily Kos1 day ago

Media Report: The press freedom hit parade

a The Media Report 2014 feature b y Jon Pienaar. Media freedom and open information are hallmarks of democracies. But even states that refer to themselves as democratic have resorted to curtailing press freedom in the name of security. Due at ...
 Marklives.com2 weeks ago Media Report: Advertising in Africa's biggest economy  Marklives.com1 week ago The only thing we have to fear about media reform is fear itself  Mumbrella3 weeks ago Nikon : Advertising in Africa's biggest economy  4 Traders4 days ago

Direct democracy and foreign policy shape Switzerland's image in 2014

In 2014, Switzerland's image in the foreign media was shaped both by long-standing and current event-driven issues. This year's popular votes attracted an unusually high degree of media attention, especially the vote on the mass immigration ...
 Noodls5 days ago

EU survey reveals growing Turkish distrust of own gov't

ISTANBUL - 19.12.2014 18:35:39 Turks have an increasingly negative view of the future and the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) government, a survey of Eurobarometer, a series of public opinion surveys conducted regularly on ...
 Cihan Haber1 day ago TODAY'S - EU survey reveals growing Turkish distrust of own gov't  Zaman1 day ago

WorldViews: Why a Communist dictator may be the world's most popular leader — at home and abroad

Chinese leader Xi Jinping shakes hands with President Obama in the White House. A new survey shows Xi to be significantly more popular than the U.S. President globally. (SAUL LOEB/AFP/) BEIJING He presides over a one-party state that jails more ...
 Washington Post2 days ago Why a Communist dictator may be the world's most popular leader at home and abroad  Washington Post2 days ago
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