A Mediocre Democracy: The State Governments : Report of a Democracy Perception Survey
Civil Liberties Organisation, 2003 - Democratization - 95 pages
Report of a nation-wide survey by the Civil Liberties Organisation of the perception among Nigerians concerning the state of governance and democracy in Nigeria.
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