Romania – 31st in Rule of Law Index 2019, ahead of Greece, Croatia, Bulgaria and Hungary

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Romania is down two positions to the 31st, with the same score as the United Arab Emirates, in the Rule of Law Index 2019, conducted by World Justice Project.

Above Romania are the consolidated democracies, but also countries as Barbados and St. Kitts and Nevis. Behind Romania are Greece (36th), Croatia (42nd), Bulgaria (54th) and Hungary (57th).

On the top positions are Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden and the Netherlands and on the last positions Mauritania, Afghanistan, Congo, Cambodia and Venezuela.

Romania: Overall score – 0.64; Global Rank – 31/126; Constraints on Government Powers – Global rank 36/126; Absence of Corruption – global rank 44/126; Open Government – global rank 32/126; Fundamental rights – 20/126; Order and security – 23/126; Regulatory enforcement – 40/126; Civil Justice – 29/126; Criminal Justice – 32/126.

 

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