ALGERIA: STUDY, GOOD EU-ALGIERS RELATIONS FOR 8 OUT OF 10   4 comments

BRUSSELS, DECEMBER 14 – Eight algerians out of ten believe the EU has good relations with Algeria. This is one of the results of a study, promoted by the EU-funded Opinion Polling and Research (OPPOL) project, under the 2007-2010 ENPI regional information and communication programme. It is carried out across the countries benefiting from the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI).

Thus, according to the Enpi website (www.enpi-info.eu), only a minority of opinion leaders feel the EU¿s involvement in Algeria is appropriate (46%, compared to 63% of the general public), while only a small majority (56%) believe Algeria has benefited from EU policies in the country ¿ a stark contrast to the 82% average across the Mediterranean partner countries, and below the 61% among the general public. There is also scepticism regarding the EU¿s promotion of democracy through its cooperation activities, with only 45% of opinion leaders subscribing to the view, compared to 59% of the general public. All agree, however, that they want more EU involvement in the country, with priorities on economic development, the environment and education. Opinion leaders in particular also feel the EU can bring peace and stability to the country (70%) and the wider region (80%).

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Posted December 30, 2010 by newworldconsulting in Uncategorized

4 responses to “ALGERIA: STUDY, GOOD EU-ALGIERS RELATIONS FOR 8 OUT OF 10

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