Mauritius was ranked as having the highest quality government in Africa ©123RF
Mauritius was ranked as having the highest quality government in Africa ©123RF

Rule of law deteriorating in Africa, report finds

6 October 2016

A majority of African citizens live in a country where safety and the rule of law have deteriorated in the last decade.

In its tenth annual report, the Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) found, on average, corruption, bureaucracy, and the accountability of public officials had become worse on the continent than they were in a decade ago.

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