Corruption Perceptions Index 2016

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79 / 176

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A country's rank indicates its position relative to the other countries in the index. Learn more.

Score

40 / 100

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A country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of public sector corruption on a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). Learn more.

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Investigative reporting celebrated in Latin America

This month, Transparency International and the Instituto Prensa y Sociedad honoured investigative journalists from El Salvador, Venezuela, Brazil and Panama at the 15th edition of the Latin American Awards for Investigative Journalism for their brave work uncovering corruption and wrongdoing.

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Best practices in tax amnesty and asset repatriation programmes

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Deferred prosecution agreements, plea bargaining, immunity programmes and corruption

Corrupción en ascenso en América Latina y el Caribe

Conversamos con más de 22.000 personas en 20 países en América Latina y el Caribe sobre corrupción. Tomando en cuenta el tamaño estimado de la población de estos países, eso significa que alrededor de 90 millones de personas pagaron sobornos.

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Overview of countries’ supreme audit institutions with surcharging powers

En América Latina y el Caribe 1 de cada 3 personas pagaron sobornos durante el último año

About 1 in 3 people using public services in Latin America and Caribbean paid a bribe in past year

People and Corruption: Latin America and the Caribbean

Corruption on the rise in Latin America and the Caribbean

Transparency International asked more than 22,000 people in Latin America and the Caribbean about corruption in their daily lives. The survey also looks at how institutions are perceived and how corruption has been developing in each country.

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Building on social movements to achieve systemic change

No sustainable development without tackling corruption: the importance of tracking SDG 16

12 Transparency International Chapters are at the UN in New York City to share their findings measuring national progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 16, “Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions”.

The conviction of former Brazilian President Lula for corruption shows the strength of the judiciary

Transparência Internacional repudia decisão do Tribunal Superior Eleitoral

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