- Corruption is considered endemic in Mongolia, and anticorruption laws are vague and infrequently enforced.
- The judiciary is susceptible to executive interference, as the National Security Council can recommend the dismissal of judges to the president.
- Vulnerable segments of the population are at some risk of becoming trafficking victims. Mining workers are subject to exploitative conditions, as are contract workers from China.
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Global Freedom Score84 100 free