Learn the order of the arab countries by corruption



Transparency International issued an annual report shows the ranking of countries by corruption. FAO defines corruption as the abuse of entrusted power for personal purposes. Report is based on (CPI) for the ranking of countries by corruption.

The least corrupt countries were Denmark, followed by New Zealand and then Finland.

Site (Raise your voice) review the order of the Arab countries according to the latest report by the International Transparency:

1. Somalia. The most corrupt in the world and the Arab world, was ranked 175 out of 175 countries.
2. Sudan. The second Arab - the 173 largest in the world
3. Iraq. The third Arab - ranked 170 in the world
4. Libya - ranked 166 in the world
5. Yemen - ranked 161 in the world
6. Syria - ranked 159 in the world
7. Lebanon - ranked 136 in the world
8. Mauritania - ranked 124 in the world
9. Djibouti - ranked 107 in the world
10. Algeria - ranked 100 in the world
11. Egypt - ranked 94 in the world
12. Morocco - ranked 80 in the world
13. Tunisia - in the 79 largest in the world
14. Kuwait - ranked 67 in the world
15. Oman - ranked 64 in the world
16. Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Bahrain - ranked 55 in the world
17. Qatar - ranked 26 in the world
18. Emirates. - Ranked 25 in the world, to become the least corrupt among Arab countries


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