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The political rights of Africa

Africa (Score, 1=Most Free, 7=Least Free in 2018)

Burundi is the top country by political rights among 54 countries. As of 2018, political rights in Burundi was 7 score, 1=most free, 7=least free that accounts for 2.80 % of total political rights. The top 5 countries (others are Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, and Democratic Republic of the Congo) account for 14.00 % of it. The total political rights was estimated at 250 score, 1=most free, 7=least free in 2018.

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Burundi 7 FH
Central African Republic 7 FH
Chad 7 FH
Congo 7 FH
Democratic Republic of the Congo 7 FH
Equatorial Guinea 7 FH
Eritrea 7 FH
Eswatini 7 FH
Gabon 7 FH
Libya 7 FH
Somalia 7 FH
South Sudan 7 FH
Sudan 7 FH
Algeria 6 FH
Angola 6 FH
Cameroon 6 FH
Djibouti 6 FH
Egypt 6 FH
Ethiopia 6 FH
Mauritania 6 FH
Rwanda 6 FH
Uganda 6 FH
Guinea 5 FH
Guinea Bissau 5 FH
Morocco 5 FH
Togo 5 FH
Zimbabwe 5 FH
Burkina Faso 4 FH
Comoros 4 FH
Côte d'Ivoire 4 FH
Gambia 4 FH
Kenya 4 FH
Mali 4 FH
Mozambique 4 FH
Niger 4 FH
United Republic of Tanzania 4 FH
Zambia 4 FH
Botswana 3 FH
Lesotho 3 FH
Liberia 3 FH
Madagascar 3 FH
Malawi 3 FH
Namibia 3 FH
Nigeria 3 FH
Seychelles 3 FH
Sierra Leone 3 FH
Benin 2 FH
Sao Tome and Principe 2 FH
Senegal 2 FH
South Africa 2 FH
Tunisia 2 FH
Cabo Verde 1 FH
Ghana 1 FH
Mauritius 1 FH
World Rankings
International Property Rights Index 4.7 Score, 10=Highest property rights, 0=Lowest property rights in 2013 PRA
Knowledge Economy Index 2.55 index (0 = lowest & 10 = highest) in 2012 WB

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