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Transparency International

31 Jan 2021
Transparency International's corruption rankings paint a grim picture of how corruption undermined the COVID-19 response last year and eroded democratic institutions.
17 Feb 2019
Corruption continues to be a menace, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. The recently announced corruption perception index by Transparency International indicates that Kenya dropped one point in to attain a score of 27 points out of 100, down from the 28 it scored in 2017, and took position 144 out of 180.
29 Jan 2019
A fresh Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index has been released, revealing less than enthused attitudes toward the state of global corruption.

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