Transparency International Fiji’s statement on Global Corruption Barometer



The Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) which was released today by Transparency International Secretariat in Berlin, Germany has outlined that majority of Fijians are willing to report or fight corruption.

The 8th GCB report by the Global coalition fighting against corruption (Transparency International) is the biggest ever; covering 114,000 people in 107 countries also interviewed 1000 Fijians on views and experiences of corruption over the last 12 months.

97% of Fijians interviewed said ordinary people can make a difference in the fight against corruption. Similarly, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea also showed impressive statistics.

In addition, 99% of Fijians said they were willing to get involved in the fight against corruption, while 97% of people said they would report an incident of corruption.

“The GCB data has revealed some very interesting trends in the Pacific. People in Pacific Islands are the most likely in the world to fight corruption,” said Head of Pacific Regional Work Glen Raynor.

The key findings of the study are:

The study recommends that:


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Kasim Nazeem
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Transparency International Fiji
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