- Politics of Iran

#1 von Joandavis Davis ( Gast ) , 28.09.2023 13:44

Iran, is a unitary presidential republic. With regard to political and civil freedoms, Iran is 3. Citizens in Iran experience little to no civil liberties and political rights. Citizens are not free to express themselves and do not enjoy political freedom or a representative government. Countries with this political situation are dangerous for investment, as an authoritarian government may have outsize control over economic matters.

According to the World Bank Group, the government effectiveness index of Iran is -0.41. This indicates that the government of Iran is mediocre. While some public and civil services are limited, in other cases they can be considered adequate or even effective. Potential investors should carefully evaluate the governmental situation in Iran before considering any business maneuvers.In Iran, the legislative power is vested in a Islamic Consultative Assembly. The Global Peace Index (GPI) for Iran is 2.409. The strength of legal rights index for Iran is 2. Overall, it is considered to be rather weak - bankruptcy and collateral laws are unable to protect the rights of borrowers and lenders in case of credit-related complications; credit information, if any at all, is scarce and hardly accessible. In 2013, Iran received 148.8 million USD in foreign aid. In 2014, the foreign aid amounted to 100.9 USD. Iran is a member of the United Nations (UN). On 24 October 1945, it joined the UN at it inception date as a full member state. Iran is one of the original UN member states who founded the organization. Iran is a member of the World Bank.

Joandavis Davis


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