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The Economist Feb 2
In 2019, 's Democracy Index fell to the lowest average since it began
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The Economist Jan 23
India, the world’s biggest democracy, dropped ten places to 51st
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The Economist Jan 22
Chile, France and Portugal moved from the "flawed democracy" category to become "full democracies"
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Alex Selby-Boothroyd Jan 22
The Economist Intelligence Unit has just released the 12th edition of its Democracy Index. I wrote about the key findings here
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Europe Elects Jan 23
EU28: The annual Democracy Index by the EIU gauges the success of electoral processes, pluralism, functioning of the government, civil liberties, political participation and culture. Based on the index, Europe Elects visualised the state of democracy within the EU.
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Colombe Cahen-Salvador Jan 22
So... the Index is out (it provides a snapshot of the state of ), and... IT'S BAD! 📛2019 is the worst year since the began in 2006. ↘️The decline is due to sharp regressions in & Sub-Saharan !
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The Economist Intelligence Unit Feb 16
Latin America was the worst-performing region in the 2019 . Download the full report to check out the region´s latest scores:
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Christina Parandii Jan 23
No full democracy spotted in Eastern Europe in by due to weak polit. culture, lack of rule of law, corruption & preference for “strongmen”. CER colleagues & also described this trend in a recent report:
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Ramon Pacheco Pardo Jan 28
remains the top democracy in Asia according to the latest Democracy Index. Good reminder that the country has consolidated its democracy relatively quickly thanks to the strength of its civil society and, yes, institutions.
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Bryan Druzin Jan 22
The strongest and weakest democracies according to The Economist Intelligence Unit's 12th edition of its Democracy Index.
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Anurag chaurasia Jan 23
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Mark Healey Feb 3
Replying to @TheEconomist
Bolivia as "hybrid regime" (i.e. almost authoritarian) in the 2019 : hyperbolic claim about Morales or unexpected honesty about Áñez?
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Elisabeth Hammerstein Jan 22
No good news: According to the 2019 by less than half the world’s population lives in either a full or flawed democracy. In fell below in the ranking for the first time.
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Human Rights Foundation Jan 26
The bad news? has eroded around the world in the past year, according to the . The good news? Popular protests indicate "democractic renewal" to come.
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Democracy Without Borders Feb 6
According to 's 2019 there are now 22 full democracies, 54 flawed democracies, 37 hybrid regimes and 54 authoritarian regimes in the world. Here's our summary of their report on the state of .
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Embassy of Uruguay USA Jan 22
ranks 1st in Latin America and the Caribbean and 15th worldwide in the latest Democracy Index from . Just 22 out of 167 countries are labeled as “full democracies”
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LIM Likestilling Integrering og Mangfold Jan 23
Norway on top of democracy index The Economist.
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Colombe Cahen-Salvador Jan 22
↗️Only 1 region, North improved & this was due to a modest improvement in . Not a great way to kick off this new century. BUT we still have time to change the tide. So, 🚀 P.S.: congrats to the n.1:
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Surya Deva Jan 22
In 2019 Democracy Index, global score of 5.44/10 is the lowest since the began in 2006. India ranks 51/165, falls 10 places: Worrying signs!
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Ulrik Tideström 🇸🇪 Jan 22
Sweden ranks high in 2019 but only 5.7% of the world’s population lives in ”full democracies” and the average global score fell to a new low. Strengthening democracy at home and around the world is a top 🇸🇪 priority.
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