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Will the 21st century be that of the abandonment of freedoms?


ANALYSIS - "Freedoms, the test of the century", an exceptional international study led by Fondapol and conducted in 55 countries paints a disturbing panorama of our democracies, but also gives reasons for hope.

There is no sense of history.

30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, which was supposed to ensure the universal triumph of democracy, democracy is in an unprecedented state of decline in the world.

This is the conclusion that can be drawn from the study "Liberties, the test of the century", an exceptional international survey, carried out in more than 55 countries, directed by Dominique Reynié on the initiative of Fondapol, with the cooperation of several American, German, Japanese, Argentinian and Brazilian international foundations: the International Republican Institute (IRI), Community of Democracies (CoD), Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS), Genron NPO, Nuevas Generaciones (NG) and Republica do Amanhã.

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A veritable mine of information which brings together variables as diverse as attachment to freedom of enterprise, support for the death penalty, fear of war and distrust of the media, and which draws the contours of a new fear, at least as decisive for our democracies…

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Source: lefigaro

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