Tag: democracy

Ivorian State distances from Gbagbo’s radiation on vote register

May 25, 2023

The administration of the Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara denied Wednesday any wrongdoing and connection with the decision by the Electoral commission to revoke former President ... Read More

Guinea and Senegal engulfed in civil unrest, leaving scores dead, injured

May 11, 2023

Pro-democracy activists in Guinea have announced more peaceful demonstrations against the military government to go ahead as planned on Thursday (11 May), while protesters in ... Read More

AU observer team to monitor Nigeria poll, as pre-election violence escalates

February 15, 2023

The African Union (AU) will be sending a 90-strong observer mission to Nigeria for this month's elections, the AU Commission announced Tuesday (14 February), as ... Read More

US offer: reforms first, then removal of Zimbabwe sanctions

October 22, 2022

The United States has outlined the measures the government of Zimbabwe can take for Washington to end its sanctions on the country, but warns that ... Read More

ECOWAS mediator reaffirms commitment to Burkina Faso in wake of coup

October 5, 2022

The ECOWAS mediator for Burkina Faso has ended his visit to the country in the wake of last week's coup, the second in eight months, ... Read More

Geneva: NGO Decries Abuses Committed by Algerian Regime against Hirak Activists

July 9, 2022

The International Observatory for Peace, Democracy and Human Rights has denounced the serious human rights violations, repression and abuses committed by Algerian authorities against pro-democracy ... Read More

Morocco, model of democracy in Africa, says European Parliament member

February 1, 2022

Morocco stands out as a model of democracy in Africa and a key partner of the European Union in the fight against illegal migration, terrorism ... Read More

Morocco’s King to Replace Benkirane with another Figure from PJD to End Post-election Deadlock

March 16, 2017

After a deadlock in forming a new government that lasted more than five months, King Mohammed VI decided to dismiss the designated Head of the ... Read More

Rabat, Dakar Gear Up Cooperation, Giving Momentum To South-South Partnership

November 14, 2016

Morocco and Senegal are two old friend countries boasting an enduring and special relationship based on the values of freedom, democracy, enterprise and mutual respect. ... Read More

US & EU Mulling Increasing Security, Economic Support to Tunisia

June 8, 2016

The United States and the European Union Tuesday pondered over future strategies to see how they can both further help Tunisia face up economic and ... Read More