New Report: “Transparency International” put Iraq ranked third in the list of most corrupt countries

New Report: “Transparency International” put Iraq ranked third in the list of most corrupt countries

Published 06/12/2012 08:43 AM

BAGHDAD – “arenas of liberation”
said Transparency International, on Thursday, said Iraq ranks third in the corruption among the world after Somalia and Sudan.
report showed the organization affixed Somalia list of the most corrupt, where languished in the center 174, winning 8 degrees only, any that the world’s most corrupt, followed by Sudan, who finished 173, and 8 degrees, followed by Iraq, which stationed at the site 169, and got 18 degrees.
development report is Qatar and the UAE Center 27, and each with 68 degrees, and this them on top of the list of countries the least corrupt Arab.

The report said that Denmark, Finland and Sweden occupied position less corrupt countries in the world, in the latest global survey of corruption levels in the world for 2012, while Qubat Afghanistan, North Korea and Somalia in the lowest place as the world’s most corrupt.
so said Huguette Whipple, president of Transparency International, a body established in 1993 to expose corruption and treatment across the world, “Governments need to adopt measures against corruption when making decisions all.”
and added that “priority include better rules in pressure situations and political funding, public spending, and adopt greater transparency, and subjecting public institutions People’s accountable. ”
index included corruption revealed by Transparency International in 2012, 176 countries across the world, and the organization believes that there is a link between poverty and conflict, and the spread of corruption levels.

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