Corruption Perception Index 2022: A World Urgently in Need of Action


Transparency International`s annual rating of the global perception of corruption has been published on 31 of January, and the results are discouraging. The 2022 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) shows that most countries are failing to stop corruption. Although the global average remains unchanged for over a decade, over two-thirds of countries score below 50, while 26 countries have fallen to their lowest scores yet. Amongst those countries is Serbia – falling to a historic low on the CPI, mainly due to continued weakening of the rule of law and growing autocracy. Albania is stagnating at the same score Serbia are (36), regardless of the hybrid regime’s progress in areas like judicial vetting and strengthening of the Specialised Structure for Anti-Corruption and Organised Crime has been overshadowed by weakened media independence and a lack of opportunities for meaningful engagement in decision-making by civil society. Read more here.
Source: TI


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