The results show that the Central European country is considered free in terms of political rights and civil liberties.
The number of countries ranked as Free for 2012 was 90, by 3 more than in last years survey. All the countries in Central Europe were rated as free.
Freedom House is an independent watchdog organization that supports democratic change, monitors the status of freedom around the world and advocates for democracy and human rights.
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