Anuncio de prensa: encuesta sobre corrupción en América Latina y el Caribe el 9 de octubre

Issued by Transparency International Secretariat



Transparency International difundirá los resultados de una encuesta de opinión pública sobre experiencias y percepciones de corrupción en 20 países de América Latina y el Caribe el lunes 9 de octubre de 2017 a las 9 a. m., hora de Berlín (3 a. m., hora del Este).

En el informe se presentan los resultados de encuestas realizadas a más de 22.000 personas de toda la región. Se les preguntó sobre corrupción en la vida cotidiana, si habían tenido que pagar algún soborno en los últimos 12 meses y a quién. En la encuesta también se analiza, en cada país, qué instituciones se consideran más corruptas y si la corrupción ha aumentado.

 

Las personas y la corrupción: América Latina y el Caribe, Barómetro Global de la Corrupción

9 de octubre de 2017

9:00 a.m., hora de Berlín (3:00 a. m., hora del Este)

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www.transparency.org

 

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