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Iraq ranks 112th in the world and fifth in the list of the best democratic countries

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Iraq ranks 112th in the world and fifth in the list of the best democratic countries

Post by RamblerNash on Fri Oct 19, 2018 11:20 am

Iraq ranks 112th in the world and fifth in the list of the best democratic countries

Friday, October 19,

Al-Sumerian News / Baghdad
A report issued by the British "Economist Unit" showed that Iraq is ranked fifth among the best democratic Arab countries.

The report of the Economist Unit shows the level of democracy in 167 countries around the world, and it ranks it on several considerations, such as the nature of the electoral process, civil liberties, political culture, pluralism and others.

It comes Tunisia ranked 69 globally and the first Arab , followed by Morocco 101 globally and the second Arab and Lebanon 104 globally Arab and third and Palestine 108 globally and the fourth Arab and Iraq 112 globally Zav Arab and Jordan 117 globally and sixth in the world and Kuwait 119 Arab and Seventh Arab Mauritania is 121 Aalmalaa and eighth Arab.

Norway ranks first in the world, Iceland, Sweden, New Zealand, Denmark, Ireland, Canada and Australia.

The report ranks 10 democracies in four categories:
1. Full democracies 2. Damped democracies 3. Mixed systems 4. Dictatorship systems

The report's findings show that 52 countries around the world have been classified as dictatorships, accounting for 34% of the world's population. While only 4.5% of the world's population lives under pure democratic systems.


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