The Principality of Andorra is a constitutional, parliamentary democracy. Two co-princes–the president of France and the Spanish bishop of Urgell–serve with joint authority as heads of state. In 2015 the country held free and fair multiparty elections for the 28 seats in parliament (the General Council of the Valleys), which selects the head of government. Having won a majority in parliament, the Democrats for Andorra re-elected Antoni Marti Petit head of government.
Civilian authorities maintained effective control over the security forces.
There were no reports of egregious human rights abuses.
Impunity was not an issue, since there were no reports that government officials or the national police committed human rights abuses.
Section 1. Respect for the Integrity of the Person, Including Freedom from:
There were no reports of disappearances by or on behalf of government authorities.