Anti-corruption policy

scale 1-10, 2006–2018

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    2006 Ranking
    1. Singapore 9.00
    2. Taiwan 9.00
    3. Slovenia 9.00
    4. Chile 9.00
    5. South Korea 8.00
    6. Estonia 8.00
    7. Botswana 8.00
    8. Lithuania 7.00
    9. Uruguay 7.00
    10. Malaysia 7.00
    11. Hungary 7.00
    12. Georgia 7.00
    13. Czech Republic 7.00
    14. Croatia 7.00
    15. Costa Rica 7.00
    16. Slovakia 7.00
    17. Sri Lanka 6.00
    18. Belarus 6.00
    19. South Africa 6.00
    20. Thailand 6.00
    21. Poland 6.00
    22. Romania 6.00
    23. Bahrain 6.00
    24. Brazil 6.00
    25. Bulgaria 6.00
    26. United Arab Emirates 6.00
    27. Latvia 5.00
    28. Rwanda 5.00
    29. Armenia 5.00
    30. Serbia 5.00
    31. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 5.00
    32. India 5.00
    33. Namibia 5.00
    34. Turkey 5.00
    35. Argentina 5.00
    36. Colombia 5.00
    37. Ghana 5.00
    38. Mali 5.00
    39. Mauritius 5.00
    40. Eritrea 5.00
    41. El Salvador 5.00
    42. Senegal 5.00
    43. Mongolia 5.00
    44. Benin 5.00
    45. Malawi 4.00
    46. North Korea 4.00
    47. Nicaragua 4.00
    48. Albania 4.00
    49. Nepal 4.00
    50. Zambia 4.00
    51. Tanzania 4.00
    52. Bosnia and Herzegovina 4.00
    53. Peru 4.00
    54. Jordan 4.00
    55. Cuba 4.00
    56. Uganda 4.00
    57. Egypt 4.00
    58. Ukraine 4.00
    59. Guatemala 4.00
    60. Russia 4.00
    61. Tunisia 4.00
    62. Bolivia 4.00
    63. Jamaica 4.00
    64. Sierra Leone 3.00
    65. Philippines 3.00
    66. Saudi Arabia 3.00
    67. Pakistan 3.00
    68. Niger 3.00
    69. Panama 3.00
    70. Papua New Guinea 3.00
    71. Burkina Faso 3.00
    72. Morocco 3.00
    73. Azerbaijan 3.00
    74. Central African Republic 3.00
    75. China 3.00
    76. Ecuador 3.00
    77. Ethiopia 3.00
    78. Vietnam 3.00
    79. Guinea 3.00
    80. Togo 3.00
    81. Kazakhstan 3.00
    82. Venezuela 3.00
    83. Syria 3.00
    84. Libya 3.00
    85. Madagascar 3.00
    86. Mexico 3.00
    87. Iran 3.00
    88. Sudan 2.00
    89. Tajikistan 2.00
    90. Turkmenistan 2.00
    91. Yemen 2.00
    92. Uzbekistan 2.00
    93. Zimbabwe 2.00
    94. Honduras 2.00
    95. Ivory Coast 2.00
    96. Cambodia 2.00
    97. Cameroon 2.00
    98. Chad 2.00
    99. Dominican Republic 2.00
    100. Paraguay 2.00
    101. Indonesia 2.00
    102. Kenya 2.00
    103. Kyrgyzstan 2.00
    104. Laos 2.00
    105. Lebanon 2.00
    106. Liberia 2.00
    107. Moldova 2.00
    108. Algeria 2.00
    109. Nigeria 2.00
    110. Burundi 2.00
    111. Bangladesh 1.00
    112. Angola 1.00
    113. Somalia 1.00
    114. Burma (Myanmar) 1.00
    115. Haiti 1.00
    116. Mozambique 1.00
    117. Afghanistan 1.00
    2018 Ranking
    1. Taiwan 9.00
    2. Singapore 9.00
    3. Estonia 9.00
    4. Uruguay 9.00
    5. Chile 9.00
    6. Bhutan 9.00
    7. Botswana 8.00
    8. Slovenia 8.00
    9. Romania 8.00
    10. Poland 8.00
    11. Czech Republic 8.00
    12. Costa Rica 8.00
    13. Lithuania 8.00
    14. Montenegro 7.00
    15. Croatia 7.00
    16. Latvia 7.00
    17. Georgia 7.00
    18. Slovakia 7.00
    19. United Arab Emirates 7.00
    20. Rwanda 6.00
    21. Qatar 6.00
    22. Argentina 6.00
    23. Serbia 6.00
    24. South Korea 6.00
    25. Bulgaria 6.00
    26. Brazil 6.00
    27. Guinea 5.00
    28. Hungary 5.00
    29. India 5.00
    30. Thailand 5.00
    31. Namibia 5.00
    32. Turkey 5.00
    33. Mongolia 5.00
    34. Mauritius 5.00
    35. Jordan 5.00
    36. Sri Lanka 5.00
    37. Malaysia 5.00
    38. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 5.00
    39. Ghana 5.00
    40. Albania 5.00
    41. Ukraine 5.00
    42. Liberia 5.00
    43. South Africa 5.00
    44. Algeria 5.00
    45. Senegal 5.00
    46. Saudi Arabia 5.00
    47. China 5.00
    48. Cuba 5.00
    49. Peru 5.00
    50. Paraguay 5.00
    51. El Salvador 5.00
    52. Togo 4.00
    53. Philippines 4.00
    54. Panama 4.00
    55. Niger 4.00
    56. Mali 4.00
    57. Sierra Leone 4.00
    58. Malawi 4.00
    59. Madagascar 4.00
    60. Nigeria 4.00
    61. Tanzania 4.00
    62. Bosnia and Herzegovina 4.00
    63. Lesotho 4.00
    64. Ivory Coast 4.00
    65. Egypt 4.00
    66. Bahrain 4.00
    67. Guatemala 4.00
    68. Uganda 4.00
    69. Belarus 4.00
    70. Indonesia 4.00
    71. Colombia 4.00
    72. Benin 4.00
    73. Ecuador 4.00
    74. Central African Republic 4.00
    75. Jamaica 4.00
    76. Vietnam 4.00
    77. Kosovo 4.00
    78. Kuwait 4.00
    79. Kyrgyzstan 4.00
    80. Burkina Faso 4.00
    81. Bolivia 4.00
    82. Cameroon 3.00
    83. Zambia 3.00
    84. Burma (Myanmar) 3.00
    85. Russia 3.00
    86. Bangladesh 3.00
    87. Armenia 3.00
    88. Dominican Republic 3.00
    89. Oman 3.00
    90. Papua New Guinea 3.00
    91. Morocco 3.00
    92. Kenya 3.00
    93. Mauritania 3.00
    94. Mexico 3.00
    95. Moldova 3.00
    96. Iraq 3.00
    97. Iran 3.00
    98. Nepal 3.00
    99. Nicaragua 3.00
    100. Honduras 3.00
    101. Tunisia 3.00
    102. Kazakhstan 3.00
    103. Uzbekistan 2.00
    104. Yemen 2.00
    105. Venezuela 2.00
    106. Tajikistan 2.00
    107. Turkmenistan 2.00
    108. Afghanistan 2.00
    109. Sudan 2.00
    110. Laos 2.00
    111. Angola 2.00
    112. Azerbaijan 2.00
    113. Burundi 2.00
    114. Chad 2.00
    115. Congo (Brazzaville) 2.00
    116. Ethiopia 2.00
    117. Haiti 2.00
    118. Lebanon 2.00
    119. Mozambique 2.00
    120. North Korea 2.00
    121. Pakistan 2.00
    122. South Sudan 2.00
    123. Zimbabwe 2.00
    124. Syria 1.00
    125. Libya 1.00
    126. Eritrea 1.00
    127. Cambodia 1.00
    128. Somalia 1.00

    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