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Syria Takes Top Position among World’s Most Fragile Arab Countries

Published : 26-10-2021

Syria Takes Top Position among World’s Most Fragile Arab Countries

Fund for Peace international organization rated Syria, Yemen, Somalia as some of the most vulnerable world countries.

Yemen is the most worsened Arab country over the last decade, followed by Somalia, Syria, and Southern Sudan.

Sometime earlier, Freedom House's annual study of political rights and civil liberties worldwide said Syria is rated Not Free in Freedom in the World. Political rights and civil liberties in Syria are severely compromised by one of the world’s most repressive regimes and by other belligerent forces in an ongoing civil war. The regime prohibits genuine political opposition and harshly suppresses freedoms of speech and assembly. Corruption, enforced disappearances, military trials, and torture are rampant in government-controlled areas. Residents of contested regions or territory held by nonstate actors are subject to additional abuses, including intense and indiscriminate combat, sieges and interruptions of humanitarian aid, and mass displacement.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12369

Fund for Peace international organization rated Syria, Yemen, Somalia as some of the most vulnerable world countries.

Yemen is the most worsened Arab country over the last decade, followed by Somalia, Syria, and Southern Sudan.

Sometime earlier, Freedom House's annual study of political rights and civil liberties worldwide said Syria is rated Not Free in Freedom in the World. Political rights and civil liberties in Syria are severely compromised by one of the world’s most repressive regimes and by other belligerent forces in an ongoing civil war. The regime prohibits genuine political opposition and harshly suppresses freedoms of speech and assembly. Corruption, enforced disappearances, military trials, and torture are rampant in government-controlled areas. Residents of contested regions or territory held by nonstate actors are subject to additional abuses, including intense and indiscriminate combat, sieges and interruptions of humanitarian aid, and mass displacement.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12369