Classement Transparency International - Transparence et Corruption perçues en Politique à travers le monde

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Poorly equipped schools, counterfeit medicine and elections decided
by money are just some of the consequences of public sector corruption.
Bribes and backroom deals don’t just steal resources from the most
vulnerable – they undermine justice and economic development, and
destroy public trust in government and leaders.
Based on expert opinion from around the world, the Corruption Perceptions
Index measures the perceived levels of public sector corruption worldwide,
and it paints an alarming picture. Not one single country gets a perfect
score and more than two-thirds score below 50, on a scale from 0 (highly
corrupt) to 100 (very clean).
“Countries at the bottom need to adopt radical anti-corruption measures in
favour of their people. Countries at the top of the index should make sure they
don’t export corrupt practices to underdeveloped countries.”
José Ugaz, Chair, Transparency International
Corruption is a problem for all countries. A poor score is likely a sign of
widespread bribery, lack of punishment for corruption and public institutions
that don’t respond to citizens’ needs. Countries at the top of the index
also need to act. Leading financial centres in the EU and US need to join
with fast-growing economies to stop the corrupt from getting away with it.
The G20 needs to prove its global leadership role and prevent money
laundering and stop secret companies from masking corruption.

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corruption
perceptions
index 2014

TRàNSPàRENcY INtERNàtiONàL iS à GLObàL MOvEMENt WitH ONE viSiON: à
WORLD iN WHicH GOvERNMENt, bUSiNESS, civiL SOciEtY àND tHE DàiLY LivES
OF PEOPLE àRE FREE OF cORRUPtiON. THROUGH MORE tHàN 100 cHàPtERS
WORLDWiDE àND àN iNtERNàtiONàL SEcREtàRiàt iN BERLiN, WE àRE LEàDiNG
the fight against corruption to turn this vision into reality.

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corruption
perceptions
index 2014

Poorly equipped schools, counterfeit medicine and elections decided
by money are just some of the consequences of public sector corruption.
Bribes and backroom deals don’t just steal resources from the most
vulnerable – they undermine justice and economic development, and
destroy public trust in government and leaders.

Based on expert opinion from around the world, the Corruption Perceptions
Index measures the perceived levels of public sector corruption worldwide,
and it paints an alarming picture. Not one single country gets a perfect
score and more than two-thirds score below 50, on a scale from 0 (highly
corrupt) to 100 (very clean).

“COUNtRiES àt tHE bOttOM NEED tO àDOPt RàDicàL àNti-cORRUPtiON MEàSURES iN
FàvOUR OF tHEiR PEOPLE. COUNtRiES àt tHE tOP OF tHE iNDEx SHOULD MàkE SURE tHEY
DON’t ExPORt cORRUPt PRàcticES tO UNDERDEvELOPED cOUNtRiES.”
José Ugaz, Chair, Transparency International

Corruption is a problem for all countries. A poor score is likely a sign of
widespread bribery, lack of punishment for corruption and public institutions
that don’t respond to citizens’ needs. Countries at the top of the index
also need to act. Leading financial centres in the EU and US need to join
with fast-growing economies to stop the corrupt from getting away with it.
The G20 needs to prove its global leadership role and prevent money
laundering and stop secret companies from masking corruption.

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175 COUNTRIES.
175 SCORES.
HOW DOES
YOUR COUNTRY
MEASURE UP?
The perceived levels of public sector
corruption in 175 countries/territories
around the world.

SCORE
HighlyVery
corruptclean
0-9 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89 90-100 No data

RANK COUNTRY/TERRITORY SCORE
Denmark92
1
New Zealand91
2
Finland89
3
Sweden87
4
Norway86
5
Switzerland86
5
Singapore84
7
Netherlands83
8
Luxembourg82
9
Canada81
10
Australia80
11
Germany79
12
Iceland79
12
United Kingdom78
14
Belgium76
15
Japan76
15
Barbados74
17
Hong Kong74
17
Ireland74
17
United States74
17
Chile73
21
Uruguay73
21
Austria72
23

24
25

26
26
26
29

30
31
31
31
31
35
35
37
37
39
39
39
42
43
43
43
43

Bahamas
United Arab
Emirates
Estonia
France
Qatar
Saint Vincent and
the Grenadines
Bhutan
Botswana
Cyprus
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Poland
Taiwan
Israel
Spain
Dominica
Lithuania
Slovenia
Cape Verde
Korea (South)
Latvia
Malta
Seychelles

71
70

69
69
69
67

65
63
63
63
63
61
61
60
60
58
58
58
57
55
55
55
55

RANK COUNTRY/TERRITORY SCORE
Costa Rica54
47
Hungary54
47
Mauritius54
47
Georgia52
50
Malaysia52
50
Samoa52
50
Czech Republic51
53
Slovakia50
54
Bahrain49
55
Jordan49
55
Lesotho49
55
Namibia49
55
Rwanda49
55
Saudi Arabia49
55
Croatia48
61
Ghana48
61
Cuba46
63
Oman45
64
The FYR of45
64
Macedonia
Turkey45
64
Kuwait44
67
South Africa44
67

69
69
69
69
69
69
69
76
76

78
79
80
80

80
80
80
85
85
85
85
85
85
85

Brazil
Bulgaria
Greece
Italy
Romania
Senegal
Swaziland
Montenegro
Sao Tome and
Principe
Serbia
Tunisia
Benin
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
El Salvador
Mongolia
Morocco
Burkina Faso
India
Jamaica
Peru
Philippines
Sri Lanka
Thailand

43
43
43
43
43
43
43
42
42

41
40
39
39

39
39
39
38
38
38
38
38
38
38

RANK COUNTRY/TERRITORY SCORE
Trinidad and38
85
Tobago
Zambia38
85
Armenia37
94
Colombia37
94
Egypt37
94
Gabon37
94
Liberia37
94
Panama37
94
Algeria36
100
China36
100
Suriname36
100
Bolivia35
103
Mexico35
103
Moldova35
103
Niger35
103
Argentina34
107
Djibouti34
107
Indonesia34
107
Albania33
110
Ecuador33
110
Ethiopia33
110

110
110
115
115

115
115
119
119
119
119
119
124
124
126
126
126
126
126
126
126
133
133
133

Kosovo
Malawi
Côte d´Ivoire
Dominican
Republic
Guatemala
Mali
Belarus
Mozambique
Sierra Leone
Tanzania
Vietnam
Guyana
Mauritania
Azerbaijan
Gambia
Honduras
Kazakhstan
Nepal
Pakistan
Togo
Madagascar
Nicaragua
Timor-Leste

33
33
32
32

32
32
31
31
31
31
31
30
30
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
28
28
28

RANK COUNTRY/TERRITORY SCORE
Cameroon27
136
Iran27
136
Kyrgyzstan27
136
Lebanon27
136
Nigeria27
136
Russia27
136
Comoros26
142
Uganda26
142
Ukraine26
142
Bangladesh25
145
Guinea25
145
Kenya25
145
Laos25
145
Papua New25
145
Guinea
Central African24
150
Republic
Paraguay24
150
Congo Republic23
152
Tajikistan23
152
Chad22
154
Democratic22
154
Republic of the
Congo

156
156
156
159
159
161
161
161
161
161
166
166
166
169
170
171
172
173
174
174

Cambodia
Myanmar
Zimbabwe
Burundi
Syria
Angola
Guinea-Bissau
Haiti
Venezuela
Yemen
Eritrea
Libya
Uzbekistan
Turkmenistan
Iraq
South Sudan
Afghanistan
Sudan
Korea (North)
Somalia

21
21
21
20
20
19
19
19
19
19
18
18
18
17
16
15
12
11
8
8

visualising
the data

resulTs By regIon

gloBal
AvERagE sCORE

amerICas
AvERagE sCORE

45

TOP:CàNàDà (81)
BOttOM:hàiti, VENEzUELà (19)

43

Score:

hiGHLY
0
cORRUPt

eu & wesTern
europe
AvERagE sCORE

66

TOP: dENMàRk (92)
BOttOM: gREEcE, ItàLY, rOMàNià (43)

suB-saharan
afrICa
AvERagE sCORE

TOP:BOtSWàNà (63)
BOttOM:sOMàLià (8)

25

mIddle easT
& norTh afrICa
AvERagE sCORE

easTern europe
& CenTral asIa33
AvERagE sCORE

TOP:gEORGià (52)
BOttOM:TURkMENiStàN (17)

38

TOP: uNitED aRàb eMiRàtES (70)
BOttOM:sUDàN (11)

33

50

75

asIa paCIfIC
AvERagE sCORE

TOP:nEW ZEàLàND (91)
BOttOM:KOREà (nORtH) (8)

VERY
100
cLEàN

43

CounTry ConTrasT

Top

BoTTom

dENMàRk
92

KOREà (nORtH)
8

CorrupTIon proBlem

GloBAl performANce

gloBal
AvERagE sCORE

43

69%
OF cOUNtRiES ScORE
bELOW 50 OUt OF 100

nEW ZEàLàND
91

sOMàLià
8

G20 performANce

g20
AvERagE sCORE

54

58%
OF g20 cOUNtRiES ScORE
bELOW 50 OUt OF 100

A
34/100 |107/175

Mex
35/100 |103/175

mor-Leste
28/100 |133/175

Kong
74/100 |17/175

kist
29/100 |126/175

Philipp
38/100 |85/175

al
29/100 |126/175

Australia
80/100 |11/175

India
38/100 |85/175

38/100 |85/175

100
Very clean

Taiwan
61/100 |35/175

Venezuela
19/100 |161/175

Laos
25/100 |145/175

33/100 |110/175

Paraguay
24/100 |150/175

Haiti
19/100 |161/175

68%
of countries score
below 50 out of 100

asia pa cific

Brazil
43/100 |69/175

Global
Average score
43/100

hutan
65/100 |30/175



Score:

38/100 |85/175

rea (S
55/100 |43/175

Global
Average score
43/100

0

Highly corrupt

ame
36/100 |100/175

Bolivia
35/100 |103/175

39/100 |80/175

Japan
76/100 |15/175

ameri cas

Afghanistan
12/100 |172/175

Myanmar
21/100 |156/175

52/100 |50/175

31/100 |119/175

ba
46/100 |63/175

Barbados
74/100 |17/175

Canada
81/100 |10/175

ca
54/100 |47/175

Bahamas
1



Ja
38/100 |85/175

Korea (North)
8/100 |174/175

52/100 |50/175

Papua New Guinea
25/100 |145/175


China
36/100 |100/175

Americas
Average score
45/100

34/100 |107/175

Chile
73/100 |21/175

El Salv
39/100 |80/175

Uruguay
73/100 |21/175

United States
74/100 |17/175

Asia Pacific
Average score
43/100

64%
of countries score
below 50 out of 100

Honduras
29/100 |126/175

Country/Territory
Score | Global rank

Dominican Republic
32/100 |115/175

Nicaragua
28/100 |133/175

Bangladesh
25/100 |145/175

Sr
38/100 |85/175

58/100 |39/175

Singapore
84/100 |7/175

New Zealand
91/100 |2/175

37/100 |94/175

37/100 |94/175

Guatemala
32/100 |115/175

Guyana
30/100 |124/175

Trinidad and Tobago
38/100 |85/175

Puerto Rico
63/100 |31/175

Country/Territory
Score | Global rank

Cambodia
21/100 |156/175

Saint Vincent and
the

27/100 |136/175




eu and wester

a

95%
of countries score
below 50 out of 100

Czech Republic
51/100 |53/175

Kyr
27/100 |136/175

Italy
43/100 |69/175

Hungary
54/100 |47/175

France
69/100 |26/175

37/100 |94/175

16%
of countries score
below 50 out of 100

Finland
89/100 |3/175

Denmark
92/100 |1/175

United Kingdom
78/100 |14/175

Belgium
76/100 |15/175

Estonia
69/100 |26/175

Luxembourg
82/100 |9/175

Switzerland
86/100 |5/175

Netherlands
83/100 |8/175

Germany
79/100 |12/175

Country/Territory
Score | Global rank

EU & Western Europe
Average score
66/100

ope

eu

33/100 |110/175

Turkmenistan
17/100 |169/175

Norway
86/100 |5/175

Ukraine
26/100 |142/175

Tajikistan
23/100 |152/175

Uzbekistan
18/100 |166/175

Mold
35/100 |103/175




eastern europe and central asia

ntry/Ter
Score | Global rank

G
52/100 |50/175

Eastern Europe
& Central Asia
Average score
33/100

33/100 |110/175


45/100 |64/175

egr
42/100 |76/175

rbi
41/100 |78/175

Th nia
45/100 |64/175

Kazakh
29/100 |126/175

erbaija
29/100 |126/175

Global
Average score
43/100

Cyprus
63/100 |31/175

Austria
72/100 |23/175



Ireland
74/100 |17/175

Bulgaria
43/100 |69/175

Greece
43/100 |69/175

Croatia
48/100 |61/175

Romania
43/100 |69/175

Malta
55/100 |43/175

Spain
60/100 |37/175

Lithuania
58/100 |39/175

Slovenia
58/100 |39/175

Latvia
55/100 |43/175

Poland
61/100 |35/175

Portugal
63/100 |31/175

Slovakia
50/100 |54/175

Iceland
79/100 |12/175

Sweden
87/100 |4/175

rus
31/100 |119/175

and
39/100 |80/175

Global
Average score
43/100

33/100 |110/175

Sao Tome and Principe
42/100 |76/175

33/100 |110/175

32/100 |115/175

Zambia
38/100 |85/175

32/100 |115/175



Burkina Faso
38/100 |85/175

an
49/100 |55/175

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Lebanon
27/100 |136/175

49/100 |55/175

Iran
27/100 |136/175

ntry/Terri
Score | Global rank

Syria
20/100 |159/175

Gab
37/100 |94/175

31/100 |119/175

Mozambique
31/100 |119/175

sub-sahar

Middle East
& North Africa
Average score
38/100

nited Ara
70/100 |25/175

Global
Average score
43/100

Country/Territory
Score | Global rank

a

c




middle east and north africa


di

Swaziland
43/100 |69/175

Democratic Republic
of the Congo
22/100 |154/175

Ghana
48/100 |61/175

Tunisia
40/100 |79/175

Kuwait
44/100 |67/175

Sub-Saharan Africa
Average score
33/100

Benin
39/100 |80/175

To
29/100 |126/175

27/100 |136/175

Angola
19/100 |161/175

Somalia
8/100 |174/175

Zimbabwe
21/100 |156/175

Burundi
20/100 |159/175

31/100 |119/175

Eritrea
18/100 |166/175

Comoros
26/100 |142/175

Uganda
26/100 |142/175

South Sudan
15/100 |171/175

Congo Republic
23/100 |152/175

Chad
22/100 |154/175

Guinea
25/100 |145/175

Guinea-Bissau
19/100 |161/175

Kenya
25/100 |145/175

ambi
29/100 |126/175

Central African Republic
24/100 |150/175

ania
30/100 |124/175

M
28/100 |133/175

Libya
18/100 |166/175

Yemen
19/100 |161/175

84%
of countries score
below 50 out of 100

92%
of countries score
below 50 out of 100

Global
Average score
43/100



34/100 |107/175

35/100 |103/175

37/100 |94/175

Nigeria
27/100 |136/175

60/100 |37/175

Morocco
39/100 |80/175

100
Very clean

Algeria
36/100 |100/175

Mauritius
54/100 |47/175

Score:

0

Highly corrupt

Senegal
43/100 |69/175

South Africa
44/100 |67/175

69/100 |26/175

Cape Verde
57/100 |42/175

Seychelles
55/100 |43/175

Botswana
63/100 |31/175

Iraq
16/100 |170/175

Sudan
11/100 |173/175

Namibia
49/100 |55/175

Lesotho
49/100 |55/175

Egypt
37/100 |94/175

Rwanda
49/100 |55/175