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Ukraine still has several major challenges to solve, because of its past and its dependence on the Soviet Union. Aware of these, it is trying to put in place several important reforms and structures that have already shown their fruits and explain Ukraine’s relatively good ranking in our model since inception. Indeed, the country started in the top quartile of the ranking in 2013 as at 30th position with a score of 57; it lost some seats and points over time, due to the larger universe of countries and the faster and greater progress of some peers compared to the registered ones by Ukraine. It went up to the position 18 with a total score of 58 points in the latest available ranking.
As former party of the Soviet bloc and just like others, it had to find its way to democracy. Today, according to NGO Freedom House, the country is described as semi-free. For the Democracy Index published by the Economist Intelligence Unit, Ukraine is considered as a hybrid regime.
Source: DPAM, October 2021