To what extent does the government successfully contain corruption? 1 – The government fails to contain corruption, and there are no integrity mechanisms in place. 4 – The government is only partly willing and able to contain corruption, while the few integrity mechanisms implemented are mostly ineffective. 7 – The government is often successful in containing corruption. Most integrity mechanisms are in place, but some are functioning only with limited effectiveness. 10 – The government is successful in containing corruption, and all integrity mechanisms are in place and effective.

    Source: Transformation Index BTI