The LIBERTY CUP; HERE'S WHO WOULD WIN THE WORLD CUP BASED ON ATTITUDES TOWARDS FREEDOM OF SPEECH

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The LIBERTY CUP; HERE'S WHO WOULD WIN THE WORLD CUP BASED ON ATTITUDES TOWARDS FREEDOM OF SPEECH


Byline: ALICE CACHIA and DAVID DUBAS-FISHER

THE WORLD CUP is undeniably the biggest football event across the globe - but what if a country won based on freedom of speech, instead of netting goals? Freedom of speech is the right to express yourself without fear of censorship, restraint, or legal penalty - a key component of democracy.

But some countries embrace freedom of speech more than Germany 2014 others, according to new figures from the World Press Freedom Index.

With the World Cup round the corner, here's who would win the tournament from the 32 qualifying countries based on their freedom of speech ranking.

Uruguay would win group A and play Group B's runner up, Spain in the round of 16.

Portugal would win group B and would play against Group A's runner up and World Cup host, Russia.

won the Cup While Russia has the fourth worst freedom of speech ranking of all qualifying teams, they would still manage to knock Saudi Arabia and Egypt out of Group A. Denmark's attitude to freedom speech would see them top Group C and they would play against Group D's runner up Argentina in the round of 16.

Group D would be won by Iceland.

They would play runners up of Group C - Australia.

Switzerland would top Group playing runner up of Group F - and the 2014 World Cup winner - Germany. …

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