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Friday, 23 January 2009

Some free cheer ?

According to the latest World Freedom report, Zambia’s civil liberties improved in the last year "due to continuing improvements in judicial independence, including increased assertiveness by the courts vis-à-vis the government and the government’s appointment of highly qualified individuals to judicial posts". The bad news is that we are still only "partially free". Full sub-Saharan "freedom" map below.

1 comment:

  1. Wow. If I were in the govt. of Angola or Cameroon I'd be feeling pretty low right now.

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