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Ukraine took 77 position among 126 countries cited in Rule of Law Index 2019 - World Justice Project

01.03.2019, 13:25
Ukraine took 77 position in the Rule of Law Index 2019, issued by the World Justice Project. In this rating Ukraine has been placed between Thailand and Serbia. The top position in the ranking is to Danmark, Norway and Finland. The worst indices are observed in Turkey, Cambodia, Nikaragua and Venezuala. Russia took 88th position, Bielorussia took 66th position. The Index demonstrated the worsening of the situation around the Rule of Law in the world. The WJP Rule of Law Index 2019 presents a portrait of the rule of law in 126 countries by providing scores and rankings based on eight factors: constraints on government powers, absence of corruption, open government, fundamental rights, order and security, regulatory enforcement, civil justice, and criminal justice.
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