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Depuis 1995, l’ONG Transparency International publie chaque année un indice de perception de la corruption classant les pays selon le degré de corruption perçu dans un pays. L’Etat d’Israël se retrouve en mauvaise position sur l’indice de la corruption dans le monde.

Israël se classe désormais à la 33ème position sur 180 pays sur l’indice de perception de la corruption publié le 23 janvier par Transparency International. Le pays perd des places par rapport à l’année dernière. L’indice international établi chaque année par le siège berlinois de Transparency International classe 180 pays et territoires par rapport à la perception du niveau de corruption du secteur public par les experts et les milieux d’affaires.

Établi pour la première fois en 1995, l’indice de la perception de la corruption agrège des données provenant de différentes sources comme l’Economist Intelligence Unit, la Banque mondiale, le Forum économique mondial ou le Varieties of Democracy Index.

LE PLUS. Selon Globes : « Transparency International said that this year’s index was characterized by stagnation and backsliding in anti-corruption efforts.

Israel has fallen to 35th place in Transparency International’s 2019 Corruption Perceptions Index, down from 34th last year. This is the third consecutive year that Israel has fallen in the index. Prior to that between the years 2014 and 2016, Israel had risen in the Index.The Corruption Perceptions Index ranks 180 countries by their perceived levels of public sector corruption, according to experts and businesspeople. Transparency International said, « This year’s analysis shows corruption is more pervasive in countries where big money can flow freely into electoral campaigns and where governments listen only to the voices of wealthy or well-connected individuals. »

Transparency International added, « More than two-thirds of countries – along with many of the world’s most advanced economies – are stagnating or showing signs of backsliding in their anti-corruption efforts,

New Zealand and Denmark tied for first place as the world’s least corrupt countries followed by Finland, Sweden, Singapore, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Germany to complete the top ten. Iceland was 11th and Australia, Canada and the UK tied for 12th place. The US was 23rd. Syria, South Sudan and Somalia rounded out the table in 178th, 179th and 180th places. Israel came in at 35, behind Botswana and tied with Slovenia and Lithuania ».

(Published by Globes, Israel business news – en.globes.co.il – on January 23, 2020 © Copyright of Globes Publisher Itonut (1983) Ltd. 2020)

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