Thursday, 23 Mar 2023
Oman jumps 15 places in transparency ranking

Oman jumps 15 locations in transparency rating

The 2018 CPI attracts on 13 surveys and skilled assessments to measure public sector corruption in 180 nations and territories, giving every a rating from zero (extremely corrupt) to 100 (very clear). In the survey, greater than two-thirds of the nations rating under 50, with a mean of solely 43. Since 2012, solely 20 nations have considerably improved their scores, together with Estonia and Côte D’Ivoire. Also, there was a major decline in scores of 16 nations together with Australia, Chile and Malta.

Denmark and New Zealand high the index with 88 and 87 factors, respectively. South Sudan, Syria and Somalia are on the backside of the index, with 13, 13 and 10 factors, respectively. The highest scoring area is Western Europe and the European Union, with a mean rating of 66, whereas the bottom scoring areas are Sub-Saharan Africa (common rating 32) and Eastern Europe and Central Asia (common rating 35).

The 2018 index presents a grim image within the Middle East and Northern Africa the place, regardless of some progress by a choose few, most nations are failing within the combat in opposition to corruption, acknowledged Transparency International.

At 23, UAE leads the area on CPI, adopted by Qatar (33), Oman (53), Saudi Arabia (58), Kuwait (78) and Bahrain (99).

Libya (17), Yemen (14) and Syria (13) are positioned within the backside of the index. With a mean rating of 39, the Middle East and Northern Africa area falls behind each the Americas and Asia Pacific areas (common rating for each at 44) and does solely barely higher than Eastern Europe and Central Asia (common rating 35) and Sub-Saharan Africa (common rating 32).

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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