Lithuania - Perceived independence of the justice system: Very bad or fairly bad was 28.00% in December of 2022, according to the EUROSTAT. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Lithuania - Perceived independence of the justice system: Very bad or fairly bad - last updated from the EUROSTAT on January of 2023. Historically, Lithuania - Perceived independence of the justice system: Very bad or fairly bad reached a record high of 38.00% in December of 2016 and a record low of 27.00% in December of 2019.

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Perceived Independence Of The Justice System: Very Bad Or Fairly Bad
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Croatia 75.00 79.00 % Dec 2022
Bulgaria 56.00 56.00 % Dec 2022
Spain 53.00 50.00 % Dec 2022
Italy 50.00 54.00 % Dec 2022
Romania 39.00 38.00 % Dec 2022
Latvia 37.00 35.00 % Dec 2022
Hungary 36.00 37.00 % Dec 2022
Czech Republic 34.00 36.00 % Dec 2022
Malta 29.00 27.00 % Dec 2022
Lithuania 28.00 32.00 % Dec 2022
Sweden 16.00 17.00 % Dec 2022
Netherlands 14.00 12.00 % Dec 2022
Austria 10.00 9.00 % Dec 2022
Luxembourg 9.00 8.00 % Dec 2022
Denmark 8.00 11.00 % Dec 2022
Lithuania | EUROSTAT Indicators