Serbia is a partially free country, shows the annual Freedom in the World 2022 report, with the country scoring 62 out of a total of 100 points on the Freedom House scoring system.
Serbia’s score on the 2021 report was 64 out of a total of 100. It scored 21 out of 40 points for political rights and 41 out of 60 for civil liberties.
The annual report lists Serbia as partly free but among the 30 countries in which freedom has deteriorated dramatically in the past year. This year’s Freedom in the World report is the second to list Serbia among the countries in which rights and liberties have deteriorated significantly.
The group includes Turkey, Hungary, Afghanistan, Poland and the United States (US), among others.
The report ranked the rest of the Western Balkans – Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo and North Macedonia – as partly free.
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