Bangladesh's Rule of Law

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Rule of Law is the foundation for communities of justice, opportunity, and peace-underpinning development, accountable government, and respect for fundamental rights.

Research shows that rule of law correlates to higher economic growth, greater peace, less inequality, improved health outcomes, and more education.

Rule of Law data has been indexed on a scale of 0-100 to show each countries relative position against others in the database. A value of 100 indicates a very high Rule of Law.

Bangladesh has a Rule of Law Index of 38.4 ranking it 106th of 150 in the global listings.

Bangladesh's data is highlighted in the table below, use the filter and sort order options to allow easy comparison with other countries.

Base data source: World Bank, Washington D.C.
Data indexed by: World Economics, London


Rule of Law (Index): All Countries Data



Finland 100.0
Denmark 98.6
Singapore 95.7
Luxembourg 95.4
Norway 95.3
Switzerland 95.0
New Zealand 94.5
Austria 93.9
Iceland 93.9
Sweden 93.5
Netherlands 92.8
Canada 90.6
Japan 90.4
Germany 89.8
Ireland 89.6
Australia 89.2
Estonia 87.2
United Kingdom 86.9
United States 85.9
Belgium 85.3
Hong Kong 83.7
Taiwan 83.2
France 81.3
Korea, Rep. 80.8
Portugal 79.7
Lithuania 78.4
Slovenia 76.3
Israel 75.6
Latvia 75.1
Qatar 75.0
United Arab Emirates 73.0
Mauritius 72.1
Spain 72.1
Malta 71.8
Uruguay 71.3
Chile 69.5
Bhutan 69.0
Slovak Republic 67.9
Cyprus 66.6
Malaysia 66.4
Oman 64.9
Botswana 64.1
Bahrain 63.4
Costa Rica 63.4
Poland 63.2
Hungary 63.1
Namibia 62.6
Romania 62.6
Croatia 61.7
Greece 60.7
Italy 60.0
Saudi Arabia 59.9
Kuwait 59.6
Jordan 58.1
Georgia 57.0
Rwanda 56.4
Bahamas, The 56.1
India 55.6
Thailand 54.5
South Africa 53.3
China 51.9
Sri Lanka 51.5
Jamaica 51.1
Ghana 51.0
Tunisia 50.8
Dominican Republic 50.7
North Macedonia 50.6
Bulgaria 50.3
Serbia 50.1
Suriname 49.8
Vietnam 49.1
Albania 48.9
Armenia 48.8
Mongolia 48.4
Indonesia 48.3
Morocco 48.1
Malawi 47.6
Brazil 46.7
Senegal 46.6
Egypt 46.5
Moldova 46.0
Bosnia and Herzegovina 45.5
Guyana 45.3
Kenya 45.1
Panama 44.2
Uganda 43.7
Colombia 42.6
Tanzania 42.2
Gambia 42.1
Nepal 42.1
Türkiye 41.8
Kazakhstan 41.5
Argentina 41.3
Cote d'Ivoire 41.3
Niger 41.2
Lesotho 41.1
Philippines 40.4
Zambia 40.4
Peru 39.6
Togo 39.4
Paraguay 38.7
Bangladesh 38.4
Benin 38.4
Eswatini 38.4
Burkina Faso 38.3
Papua New Guinea 38.0
Ecuador 37.9
Ethiopia 37.9
Azerbaijan 37.8
Mauritania 37.0
Pakistan 36.7
El Salvador 35.0
Laos 33.5
Sierra Leone 32.9
Algeria 32.8
Gabon 32.6
Uzbekistan 32.3
Cambodia 32.0
Mexico 32.0
Nigeria 30.9
Liberia 30.8
Ukraine 30.8
Madagascar 30.2
Mali 28.8
Honduras 28.4
Angola 28.3
Mozambique 28.3
Cameroon 27.7
Congo, Rep. 26.7
Guinea 26.3
Lebanon 26.3
Guatemala 25.8
Kyrgyzstan 25.3
Russia 24.1
Belarus 23.5
Zimbabwe 23.1
Tajikistan 22.7
Sudan 22.4
Burundi 22.1
Bolivia 21.6
Nicaragua 21.4
Comoros 21.3
Chad 19.8
Haiti 19.7
Guinea-Bissau 17.9
Turkmenistan 17.0
Myanmar 16.1
Afghanistan 13.0
Congo, Dem. Rep 12.6
Central African Republic 11.9
Libya 9.5
Yemen, Rep. 8.4


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Key:
Index numbers shown on a scale of 0-100.
         Rule of Law: 0 = low rule of law, 100 = High rule of law.



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