The high indices of happiness in Denmark and Switzerland are the result of socialist policies, says Correa
President Rafael Correa highlighted the achievements of social policies in Denmark and Switzerland, which were named countries with “the highest happiness index” by the World Happiness Report.
In his Twitter the president wrote: “In the 3rd edition of the World Happiness Report, Denmark is ranked in 1st. place as the world’s happiest nation. The key? According to Jeffrey Sachs, one of the authors of the report, the happiest countries are also the most egalitarian.”
The president ensures that universal policies such as free health and education are present in these governments, both financed by high taxes, which guarantee the welfare in these countries.