Iran ranks among most corrupted countries

Iran’s ranking in Transparency International’s annual corruption report has dropped from 130 to 138 among 180 countries surveyed.

The Corruption Perceptions Report of 2018 paints a grim picture overall as more than two-thirds of countries rank below 50 on a scale of 0-100. Little improvement is seen compared to the previous year as only a handful of countries have done better in the past few years.

Transparency is a non-governmental anti-corruption organization. It rated a total of 180 countries on how corrupt their governments and public services appear to be. The ratings are based on findings by experts and public opinion studies.

Its Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) uses a scale of 0 to 100 to rank countries, where 0 is highly corrupt and 100 is very clean.

While Iran’s score in 2017 was 30, in 2018 it dropped to 28. Iran’s score was slightly improving from 2016, when it climbed from 27 to 29 and then 30 in 2017, but this year it declined again.

Iran’s ranking in Transparency International’s annual corruption report has dropped from 130 to 138 among 180 countries surveyed.

The Corruption Perceptions Report of 2018 paints a grim picture overall as more than two-thirds of countries rank below 50 on a scale of 0-100. Little improvement is seen compared to the previous year as only a handful of countries have done better in the past few years.

Transparency is a non-governmental anti-corruption organization. It rated a total of 180 countries on how corrupt their governments and public services appear to be. The ratings are based on findings by experts and public opinion studies.

Its Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) uses a scale of 0 to 100 to rank countries, where 0 is highly corrupt and 100 is very clean.

While Iran’s score in 2017 was 30, in 2018 it dropped to 28. Iran’s score was slightly improving from 2016, when it climbed from 27 to 29 and then 30 in 2017, but this year it declined again.

Source » radiofarda

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