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In the latest classification of Transparency International, learn about Iraq's ranking in the Corruption Index for the year 2021 DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

In the latest classification of Transparency International, learn about Iraq's ranking in the Corruption Index for the year 2021

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In the latest classification of Transparency International, learn about Iraq's ranking in the Corruption Index for the year 2021 Empty In the latest classification of Transparency International, learn about Iraq's ranking in the Corruption Index for the year 2021

Post by RamblerNash Thu Jan 27, 2022 9:27 pm

In the latest classification of Transparency International, learn about Iraq's ranking in the Corruption Index for the year 2021 952818-85813f64-e044-490c-bc52-fc7a580c5040
Wednesday 26 January 2022 09:43
 
Baghdad / NINA / - Transparency International confirmed that corruption in the countries of the world "maintained its stability" in its analysis of "corruption indicators" for the year 2021, warning of the negative effects of not fighting this phenomenon on the human rights situation in the world, and it also threatens efforts to combat the Corona epidemic. .

"While corruption takes significantly different forms from one country to another, this year's findings reveal that all regions of the world are at a standstill when it comes to fighting corruption in the public sector," the organization said in a report.

Western European countries, the European Union, Britain, the United States, and a number of major countries achieved advanced positions in the global transparency scale.

The organization said that countries with well-protected civil liberties generally score higher on the index, while countries that infringe civil liberties tend to score lower.

The report found that "rights, checks and balances are increasingly undermined not only in countries with systemic corruption and weak institutions, but also among well-established democracies."

“In the Middle East and North Africa, the interests of a powerful few continue to dominate the political and private spheres, and restrictions on civil and political liberties impede any tangible progress,” the organization added. Anti-corruption obligations deprive citizens of their basic rights and services.

The analysis shows that as many as 131 out of 180 countries have failed to make any meaningful progress in fighting corruption over the past decade, with more than twenty countries' reputations reaching an all-time low.

This is the first annual report that contains a combined ten-year study of each country.

Last year, the Biden administration asked a group of executive branch departments and agencies to identify ways in which it could strengthen its fight against corruption.

Countries with the highest transparency

Denmark, Finland, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Germany came in the top ten places on the list.

The scores obtained by the first three countries were equal (88 degrees) and the second three countries (85 degrees).

The UAE was the highest Arab country in the transparency index, and ranked 24, down two places from 2020, and scored 69 points on the transparency scale. Qatar ranked second in the Arab world, 31 on the list, and 63 points.

The United States maintained its 27th place globally, with a score of 67 on the transparency index, a decline that continued over the past years, while China ranked 66th, achieving 45 degrees, and Russia 136th, with 29 degrees.

Saudi Arabia ranked 52nd globally with a score of 53, followed by the Arab countries, Oman ranked 56th, Jordan ranked 58th, Tunisia ranked 70th, Kuwait ranked 73rd, Bahrain ranked 78th, Morocco ranked 87th, Algeria ranked 117th, Egypt ranked the same, Lebanon ranked 154th and Iraq ranked 157, Sudan 164, Libya 172, Yemen 174, Somalia and Syria 178, and South Sudan at the bottom of the list at 180.

The analysis showed that the momentum required by the authorities’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic in many places weighed on efforts required for accountability. ./finished8

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