Turkey doin’ great: ranks 110th in global democracy index;  Scores Lowest-Ever Points in Corruption Perception Index and worsening in ranks in the most powerful passports…

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Turkey was ranked 110th of 165 nations and two territories in the Democracy Index 2019 – a list of the most and least democratic countries in the world – said The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), a news and general affairs publication, in its annual report on Jan. 22. Turkey was also ranked 110th in the list in the EIU’s 2018 report.

Turkey has been one of the three countries that lost the most places since 2013, losing 11 points and 38 places.

Most Powerful Passports of the World: Turkey Ranks Worse, Again

According to the list of most powerful passports of the world prepared based on IATA data, Japan has ranked the first, just as it did in the previous two years. As for Turkey, it has ranked 55th, marking a degrade of three rankings.

41,000 people killed during AKP’s 17-year tenure in power

Duvar English 41,694 people have been killed between 2002 and 2019, the period in which the ruling Justice and Development
Young people think that favoritism is a more important factor than competence in employment in the public sector.

Half the population wants Turkey to join EU, poll shows

Duvar English Half of Turkey’s population wishes the country to join the European Union, a recent poll by the private polling
DW.COM

The EU has cut pre-accession aid to Turkey by 75%, according to a letter sent to the European Parliament by EU foreign affairs commissioner Josep Borrell and seen by the Essen-based Funke Mediengruppe. Turkey will now only receive €168

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