Tunisia was ranked 8th in the Ibrahim Index of African Governance in Africa. It was scored 66.0, i.e. a positive variation of 2.2 in five years.
The first place went to Mauritius with a score of 81.7, followed by Cape Verde (76.6), Botswana, South Africa and Seychelles.
Morocco is 15th with 58.8 points, Egypt is 6th with 51.1 and Libya 43rd with 42.1 points.
The index covers 52 countries on the African continent.