Les facteurs associés à la satisfaction des citoyens camerounais envers la démocratie

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https://doi.org/10.23882/rmd.22079

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satisfaction, facteurs associés, gouvernance, Cameroun

Resumo

Les études sur la satisfaction envers la démocratie ont généralement pour objectif de mesurer/scruter ou juger l’action/les réalisations des décideurs en vue d’améliorer la gouvernance. De notre étude, il ressort que 62 % des citoyens camerounais sont insatisfaits de la mise en œuvre de la démocratie. Cette situation résulte de trois facteurs : la perception de la situation économique du pays, les conditions de vie actuelle des citoyens et leur milieu de résidence (urbain et rural). Mettre un accent sur ces déterminants dans l’élaboration des politiques publiques permettrait sans doute à terme de relever la satisfaction des citoyens et d’assurer le développement du pays.

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Publicado

2021-12-21

Como Citar

Alladatin, J., & Hugues, B. N. (2021). Les facteurs associés à la satisfaction des citoyens camerounais envers la démocratie. RevistaMultidisciplinar, 4(1), 71–88. https://doi.org/10.23882/rmd.22079