Report Launch: Transparency International to publish Middle East and North Africa corruption poll

Issued by Transparency International Secretariat



Translations: AR


Transparency International will publish on 3 May the results of a public opinion poll about people’s experiences and perceptions of corruption in 9 countries and territories in the Middle East and North Africa.

For the survey, Transparency International partnered with the Afrobarometer and several national partners of the Arab Barometer network who spoke to 10,797 adult respondents in Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Sudan, Tunisia, and Yemen.

The new survey follows previous editions of the Global Corruption Barometer, last published in 2013.

People and Corruption: Middle East & North Africa Survey 2016 Global Corruption Barometer 

3 May 2016
07:00 am Berlin time
Available online at
http://www.transparency.org

 


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