The Freedom House published “Freedom in the World 2021” report, which offered a special assessment of the state of democracy in 195 countries and territories of the world.
Uzbekistan, on 11 points, was recognized as Not Free. Uzbekistan scored 9 out of 60 in the civil liberties category, and only 2 out of 40 points in the political rights category.
Former Soviet countries in the ranking:
Azerbaijan - 10 points/Not Free
Armenia - 55 points/Partly Free
Belarus - 11 points/Not Free
Kazakhstan - 23 points/Not Free
Kyrgyzstan - 28 points/Not Free
Moldova - 61 points/Partly Free
Russia - 20 points/Not Free
Tajikistan - 8 points/Not Free
Turkmenistan - 2 points/Not Free
Uzbekistan - 11 points/Not Free
Ukraine - 60 points/Partly Free
The freest countries of the ranking are Sweden Finland, and Norway, who scored the maximum possible 100 points for observing political rights and civil liberties.