61% of Azeri citizens don't believe that, the legal system of the country protects them from the illegal action by the government and private persons, the survey of the International Foundation for the Election Systems says, Trend reports.
61% of Azerbaijani, 67% Armenian, 84% Kyrgyz, 62% Ukrainian population don't believe that, the legal system of the country protects them from the illegal action by the government and private persons. 33% Azerbaijani, 23% Armenian, 49% Kyrgyz, 17% Russian and 30% Uzbek population met the bribery. The most belief to the law-enforcement boards is in Estonia - 65%.
In compliance with the survey, the main problem of the legal sector, which remains in the post soviet republics, is the absence of the legislative-legal base, unbelief of the population to the court and government boards, corruption and the dependence of the courts, little finance of the court power, poverty of the population, non-adequate professionalism of the courts and their law salaries.