Mozambique ranked 26th on the 2020 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG), showing a deterioration trend, it has emerged today.
Mozambique scored 49 points, 0.2 less than ten years ago, with declines in the categories of “Participation, Rights and Inclusion” and “Security and the Rule of Law”.
At the same time, the country has in the past year improved its “Foundations for Economic Opportunity” and “Human Development” scores significantly.
The annual Ibrahim African Governance Index (IIAG) measures the quality of governance in 54 African countries by compiling statistical data from the previous year.
The 2020 Ibrahim Index of African Governance highlights a decline in African governance performance for the first time since 2010. The 2019 African average score for Overall Governance falls by -0.2 points below that of 2018, registering the first year-on-year score deterioration since 2010.
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Source: Lusa via Club of Mozambique