Bulgaria has scored poorly in 2012 when it came to the rule of law, according to an annual survey of 97 countries conducted by the World Justice Project, WJP.
The country is ranked 81st out of a total of 97, according to the ranking of the US NGO with the same name, showing Bulgaria lags behind compared to a number of European and Asian countries.
In the ranking, Bulgaria is behind Pakistan, Kenya, Cambodia, Russia and the Ukraine and ahead of Guatemala, Cote d'Ivoire, and Cameroon while Venezuela is last....
Now this article really made me laugh. This idiots from Alfa research should be forbidden to spray lies and expelled from the country.
I'm living in Ecuador for quite some years now. It is hundreds of times more corrupt than BG. Not to speak it is a dictatorship ruled by Rafael Correa. Everything is completely dominated by him singlehandedly. The courts and the parliament are voiceless puppets that dictate laws only to his own will. There is no democracy. For one article in the newspaper that criticizes Correa, the author of the article was swiftly processed and was convicted to pay 40 million US dollars to Correa personally. Another guy, who wrote a book called "The big Brother" depicting the murky business made between the brother of Correa and the state was convicted to pay 10 million US dollars personally to Correa.
Every day there are new laws aiming at the complete destruction of the middle class. No one is respecting the laws and is trying to avoid them every possible way. The crime is enormous. No single car left over night on any street of the capital Quito can survive to the morning. The streets are empty at night no one dears to walk freely as is the case in BG. The "Kidnapping Express" happens on a daily basis to foreigners and regular people while trying to take a cab.
Unfortunately the described above is only scratching the surface yet notorious for the rule of law and the corruption that according to Alfa research is better than BG.
This really is utter nonsense and shows to which extent the empty talking and complaining in BG has led the people to a brainwashed confusion about their real quality of life, democracy, and rule of law. And while in BG it is only a political talk, there are places in this world, where it is a way of living.
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