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World Justice Project ranks Egyptian judiciary 86th out of 102

The World Justice Project (WJP) has ranked the Egyptian judiciary 86th out of 102 countries surveyed in the latest index which measures the rule of law based on the general public's experiences and perceptions.

Denmark was ranked in first place, followed by Sweden; Germany was in 8th place.

Jordan was the highest-placed Arab country, in 41st place; Morocco was the next Arab state at 55th and Lebanon was the third at 68th place overall.

The World Justice Project is an independent organisation that works to strengthen the rule of law around the world.

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