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African Governance Report II - 2009

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The African Governance Report is the most comprehensive report on governance in Africa, assesses and monitors the progress African countries are making on governance, identifies capacity gaps in governance institutions and proposes polices and strategic interventions aimed at promoting good governance on the continent. It focuses on political and economic governance, development of the private sector and corporate governance, checks and balances in political power, institutional effectiveness and accountability of the executive, human rights and the rule of law, corruption and institutional capacity building. The theme of this second edition of the Report is that Africa has made progress in improving governance.

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Institutional checks and balances

What a government does and how it does it depends on the people who manage and control the three branches of government—executive, legislature and judiciary. How the three branches interact—and how people in civil society organisations and the media react to the policies and activities of the government— determines the effectiveness of a country’s governance.

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