Ukraine scores 29 points out of 100 possible in world Corruption Perceptions Index – Transparency International

Ukraine scores 29 points out of 100 possible in world Corruption Perceptions Index – Transparency International

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January 25, Transparency International has released its annual Corruption Perceptions Index, (CPI). Ukraine scored 29 points out of 100 possible, which is an improvement of two points compared to last year, but is not an indication of a major breakthrough in the fight against corruption.

This is reported by DW.

"Ukraine scored 29 points out of 100 possible, which is an improvement of two points compared to last year, due to the promotion of anti-corruption reforms, as noted by the drafters. Other countries scoring 29 points are Kazakhstan, Russia, Nepal, and Iran," the statement reads.

It is noted that Ukraine is ranked 131 out of 176 countries in the World Ranking of Corruption Perception (read more…)


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