Although a relatively stable democracy, Chile continues to suffer from corruption of the military dictatorship, and the concentration of media ownership limits the democratic debate. Despite significant progress in access to information and Internet use, reporters still have difficulties covering demonstrations and several radio stations have been closed in recent years. In 2016, several journalists who were investigating corruption cases implicating officials and associates of President Michelle Bachelet were the targets of arbitrary defamation lawsuits.
31 in 2016
19.23 in 2016