This index ranks 180 countries and territories around the world by their perceived levels of public sector corruption. Sudan now has a 14th place in the index of the world’s most corrupt countries. But just wait, when al-Burhan have been ravaging for another year.
Corruption impacts the lives of all citizens. This year’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) reveals that corruption levels are at a worldwide standstill.
The CPI ranks 180 countries and territories around the world by their perceived levels of public sector corruption. The results are given on a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). This year, the global average remains unchanged for the tenth year in a row, at just 43 out of a possible 100 points.
The 10 Most Corrupt Countries
The list does not offer any major surprises. That’s about what one can expect. Two-thirds of countries score below 50, indicating that they have serious corruption problems. While 27 countries are at their lowest score ever.
- South Sudan
- North Korea
- Equatorial Guinea
You can see the full list HERE
Notice that this index only measures how corrupt each country’s public sector is perceived to be, according to experts and businesspeople. If, for example, the extensive gold devastation in Sudan had been included in the index, they would have been at the top.
Sudan now has a 14th place in the index of the world’s most corrupt countries. But just wait, when al-Burhan and Hemetti have been ravaging for another year.
Moreover, I think al-Burhan has lost all dignity, honor and identity.
He is an enemy of God, the Sudanese, and the humanity.
Image: Carlos Latuff