MOLDOVA FELL ONE POSITION IN RULE OF LAW RATING
Moldova ranked the 77th of 113 world countries in the 2017-2018 rating of the rule of law, climbing down one position against the previous research. These are the results of a research, conducted by the international independent organization World Justice Project once in two years.
According to the document, for the first time the Rule of Law Index was elaborated in 2010. The WJP is basing it on eight indexes: government powers, absence of corruption, open government, fundamental rights, order and security, regulatory enforcement, civil justice, criminal justice.
The first place in the rating was given to Denmark, the second – to Norway, the third – to Finland. The top ten most successful in the field of the rule of law includes also Sweden, the Netherlands, Germany, the New Zealand, Austria, Canada and Australia.
The rating is bottomed by Egypt (110), Afghanistan (111), Cambodia (112) and Venezuela (113)