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Liberia rated superior country in African Governance

By Ferricks Dainsee
Ibrahim Index: A time for Afro-realism
Ibrahim Index: A time for Afro-realism

(mylbsonline.com/Liberia/Oct.15/2013) Liberia has been rated by the Ibrahim Index of the African Governance as the most improved country in African Governance in 2013.

According to the latest rating by the Mo Ibrahim Index of the African Governance, issued Monday, October 14, 2013, Liberia is the most improved country in governance iiAG since 2000.

The Index reveals that the country has demonstrated and experienced the largest improvement in safety and rule of law.

The 2013  Mo Ibrahim Index of the African Governance also provided full details of Liberia’s performance across four categories of governance.

The four categories include participation and human rights, sustainable economic opportunity and human development, as well as safety and the Rule of Law.

The Index says unlike Liberia, other post conflict countries are deteriorating in the rule of law and safety.

It further said: “Safety and the Rule of Law are measured by judicial functions, accountability, transparency, and corruption.”

 


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