Going down: India more corrupt than year before

Iraq and Afghanistan today came near the top of a closely watched global list of countries perceived to be the most corrupt. India slipped from 84th position to 87th. Nearly three-quarters of the 178 countries in Transparency International’s annual survey scored on the sleazier end of the scale which ranges from zero (perceived to be highly corrupt) to 10 (thought to have little corruption). India scored 3.3 in the corruption perception index, which ranks countries on a scale from 10 (highly clean) to 0 (highly corrupt).

Pakistan climbed up the corruption index from 42nd position in 2009 to 34th this year.  China was at 78th position indicating it’s less corrupt than India.

“The results indicate a serious corruption problem,” the Berlin-based non-governmental organisation said.

“Allowing corruption to continue is unacceptable; too many poor and vulnerable people continue to suffer its consequences around the world,” said TI’s president Huguette Labelle in a statement. …

Read more : Hindustantimes

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