9 Countries to watch on the 2022 Corruption Perceptions Index
With corruption causing harm in so many ways, from weakening democracy to stifling development to driving conflict, no one should get away with abuses of power. Countries across the globe should be acting for the common good, avoiding further conflict and looking to sustain peace. But the 2022 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) conducted by Transparency International reveals a world still waiting for action against corruption.
The NGO declares that there have been countries that have made progress in recent years, with 25 out of 180 reducing corruption in their public sectors since 2012. Conversely, even more countries have declined, with 31 significantly dropping down the CPI in the same period. According to Transparency International, this shows the need to remain vigilant and to spot signs of decline. Therefore, Transparency International has identified nine countries where the NGO considers it will be especially important to keep a very close eye on developments on 2023.
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