Jan 13, 2010

Freedom loses popularity in Central Asia

So yesterday, Freedom House released "Freedom in the World 2010," annual survey of global political rights and civil liberties. You know where this is going...

Kazakhstan and Failed-tulip-revolution-stan (Kyrgyzstan) entered the not free category this year, joining the ranks of Azerbaijan, Belarus, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. So what I'm saying is: Central Asia is not free.

Also, good news, we've been reporting a lot of shady news about Ukraine in the last year, but apparently Ukraine is considered free...free to sell its votes.

1 comment:

PetrusDran said...

Props to Mongolia, though.