Cyprus has recorded a further drop in the Corruption Perceptions Index for 2020, says the Cyprus Integrity Forum and asks that we finally move from words to deeds. According to the announcements, Cyprus is currently in 42nd place among 180 countries, marking a drop of one position compared to the results of 2019.
The results of Cyprus in recent years are as follows:
As noted by the Cyprus Integrity Forum, the results of the IAEA have a significant impact on every country, not excluding Cyprus, and are taken seriously by foreign investors who study the IAEA and “avoid countries where their ranking is worse than the previous one. year “.
Recent research, he added, has also found that tourists are studying the index and avoiding countries where corruption is on the rise.
“The relatively high level of corruption that prevails today in Cyprus must be immediately addressed effectively by all partners (society, state and business) because it concerns the future of the whole place. “It is time to move from big words to deeds, if we mean what we say and if we want real social equality, real economic prosperity and real integrity in all areas of our Cyprus,” it said.
For 2020, Denmark, New Zealand, Finland, Singapore and Sweden are the top countries in the world in terms of research, and therefore those with the lowest levels of corruption. The last countries in the world ranking of research, and therefore those with the highest levels of corruption, are Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, Yemen and Venezuela.
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