“Corruption continues wreaking havoc in the world, according to Transparency International. The organization published sound to click worldwide classification of perceptible corruption of 176 countries.”
Transparency International underlines that no zone of the world is spared by corruption. Two thirds of countries accomplish a score of less than 50, pointing out a serious problem. Numerous African countries languish always in 2012 in depths of the classification: Somalia remains the country where the perception of corruption remains the most important. The (173rd) Sudan, the (165th) Chad, the (165th) Burundi, the (160th) Libya and the (160th) RDC, also represent classified property among the 20 countries least.
The best classified three African countries are: (30th) Botswana, the (41th) Green Cape and the (49th) Rwanda. South Africa loses 5 places (69th). They will note progress of the Burkina Faso, which climbs the 100th on the 83rd place in 2012, the Senegal, from the 112th to the 94th, Mali from the 118th to the 105th, and Niger from the 134th to the 113th. The trio of head of the classification is: Denmark, Finland, and New Zealand.
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