Juan J. Molina

Juan J. Molina
Juan J. Molina

lunes, 8 de noviembre de 2010

LA CORRUPCIÓN EN EL MUNDO, CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS IN THE WORLD 2010

http://www.transparency.org/policy_research/surveys_indices/cpi/2010







TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY ARE CRITICAL TO RESTORING TRUST AND TURNING BACK THE TIDE OF CORRUPTION
9.0 - 10.0
8.0 - 8.9
7.0 - 7.9
6.0 - 6.9
5.0 - 5.9
4.0 - 4.9
3.0 - 3.9
2.0 -2.9
1.0 - 1.9
0.0 - 0.9
No data
Highly
Corrupt
Very Clean
2010 CPI Score
1
Denmark
9.3
1
New Zealand
9.3
1
Singapore
9.3
4
Finland
9.2
4
Sweden
9.2
6
Canada
8.9
7
Netherlands
8.8
8
Australia
8.7
8
Switzerland
8.7
10
Norway
8.6
11
Iceland
8.5
11
Luxembourg
8.5
13
Hong Kong
8.4
14
Ireland
8.0
15
Austria
7.9
15
Germany
7.9
17
Barbados
7.8
17
Japan
7.8
19
Qatar
7.7
20
United Kingdom
7.6
21
Chile
7.2
22
Belgium
7.1
22
United States
7.1
24
Uruguay
6.9
25
France
6.8
26
Estonia
6.5
27
Slovenia
6.4
28
Cyprus
6.3
28
United Arab Emirates
6.3
30
Israel
6.1
30
Spain
6.1
32
Portugal
6.0
33
Botswana
5.8
33
Puerto Rico
5.8
33
Taiwan
5.8
36
Bhutan
5.7
37
Malta
5.6
38
Brunei
5.5
39
Korea (South)
5.4
39
Mauritius
5.4
41
Costa Rica
5.3
41
Oman
5.3
41
Poland
5.3
44
Dominica
5.2
45
Cape Verde
5.1
46
Lithuania
5.0
46
Macau
5.0
48
Bahrain
4.9
49
Seychelles
4.8
50
Hungary
4.7
50
Jordan
4.7
50
Saudi Arabia
4.7
53
Czech Republic
4.6
54
Kuwait
4.5
54
South Africa
4.5
56
Malaysia
4.4
56
Namibia
4.4
56
Turkey
4.4
59
Latvia
4.3
59
Slovakia
4.3
91
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
3.2
91
Djibouti
3.2
91
Gambia
3.2
91
Guatemala
3.2
91
Kiribati
3.2
91
Sri Lanka
3.2
91
Swaziland
3.2
98
Burkina Faso
3.1
98
Egypt
3.1
98
Mexico
3.1
101
Dominican Republic
3.0
101
Sao Tome & Principe
3.0
101
Tonga
3.0
101
Zambia
3.0
105
Algeria
2.9
105
Argentina
2.9
105
Kazakhstan
2.9
105
Moldova
2.9
105
Senegal
2.9
110
Benin
2.8
110
Bolivia
2.8
110
Gabon
2.8
110
Indonesia
2.8
110
Kosovo
2.8
110
Solomon Islands
2.8
116
Ethiopia
2.7
116
Guyana
2.7
116
Mali
2.7
116
Mongolia
2.7
116
Mozambique
2.7
116
Tanzania
2.7
116
Vietnam
2.7
123
Armenia
2.6
123
Eritrea
2.6
123
Madagascar
2.6
123
Niger
2.6
127
Belarus
2.5
127
Ecuador
2.5
127
Lebanon
2.5
127
Nicaragua
2.5
127
Syria
2.5
127
Timor-Leste
2.5
127
Uganda
2.5
134
Azerbaijan
2.4
134
Bangladesh
2.4
134
Honduras
2.4
134
Nigeria
2.4
134
Philippines
2.4
134
Sierra Leone
2.4
134
Togo
2.4
134
Ukraine
2.4
134
Zimbabwe
2.4
143
Maldives
2.3
143
Mauritania
2.3
143
Pakistan
2.3
146
Cameroon
2.2
146
Côte d'Ivoire
2.2
146
Haiti
2.2
146
Iran
2.2
146
Libya
2.2
146
Nepal
2.2
146
Paraguay
2.2
146
Yemen
2.2
154
Cambodia
2.1
154
Central African
Republic
2.1
154
Comoros
2.1
154
Congo-Brazzaville
2.1
154
Guinea-Bissau
2.1
154
Kenya
2.1
154
Laos
2.1
154
Papua New Guinea
2.1
154
Russia
2.1
154
Tajikistan
2.1
164
Democratic Republic
of the Congo
2.0
164
Guinea
2.0
164
Kyrgyzstan
2.0
164
Venezuela
2.0
168
Angola
1.9
168
Equatorial Guinea
1.9
170
Burundi
1.8
171
Chad
1.7
172
Sudan
1.6
172
Turkmenistan
1.6
172
Uzbekistan
1.6
175
Iraq
1.5
176
Afghanistan
1.4
176
Myanmar
1.4
178
Somalia
1.1
RANK
COUNTRY/
TERRITORY
SCORE
RANK
COUNTRY/
TERRITORY
59
Tunisia
4.3
62
Croatia
4.1
62
FYR Macedonia
4.1
62
Ghana
4.1
62
Samoa
4.1
66
Rwanda
4.0
67
Italy
3.9
68
Georgia
3.8
69
Brazil
3.7
69
Cuba
3.7
69
Montenegro
3.7
69
Romania
3.7
73
Bulgaria
3.6
73
El Salvador
3.6
73
Panama
3.6
73
Trinidad and Tobago
3.6
73
Vanuatu
3.6
78
China
3.5
78
Colombia
3.5
78
Greece
3.5
78
Lesotho
3.5
78
Peru
3.5
78
Serbia
3.5
78
Thailand
3.5
85
Malawi
3.4
85
Morocco
3.4
87
Albania
3.3
87
India
3.3
87
Jamaica
3.3
87
Liberia
3.3
RANK
COUNTRY/
TERRITORY
SCORE
SCORE
With governments committing huge sums to tackle the world’s most pressing problems, from the instability of financial markets to climate change and poverty, corruption remains an obstacle to achieving much needed progress.
The 2010 Corruption Perceptions Index shows that nearly three quarters of the 178 countries in the index score below five, on a scale from 10 (very clean) to 0 (highly corrupt). These results indicate a serious corruption problem.
To address these challenges, governments need to integrate anti-corruption measures in all spheres, from their responses to the financial crisis and climate change to commitments by the international community to eradicate poverty. Transparency International advocates stricter implementation of the UN Convention against Corruption, the only global initiative that provides a framework for putting an end to corruption.
Denmark, New Zealand and Singapore are tied at the top of the list with a score of 9.3, followed closely by Finland and Sweden at 9.2. At the bottom is Somalia with a score of 1.1, slightly trailing Myanmar and Afghanistan at 1.4 and Iraq at 1.5.
Notable among decliners over the past year are some of the countries most affected by a financial crisis precipitated by transparency and integrity deficits. Among those improving in the past year, the general absence of OECD states underlines the fact that all nations need to bolster their good governance mechanisms.
The message is clear: across the globe, transparency and accountability are critical to restoring trust and turning back the tide of corruption. Without them,
global policy solutions to many global crises are at risk.
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Transparency International

http://www.transparency.org/policy_research/surveys_indices/cpi/2010/results

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