Transparency International: Global Corruption Barometer 2007 – pressure is rising!

Pour votre information, Transparency International a publié le 6 décembre dernier son rapport annuel relatif à  la corruption.

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“This year's Global Corruption Barometer has made it clear that too often, people must part with their hard-earned money to pay for services that should be free.”

(Huguette Labelle, TI Chair)

Corruption is a constant presence in the lives of people around the world. And poor families are hit hardest by demands for bribes. These are the unsettling results of the Global Corruption Barometer 2007, published by Transparency International (TI) on 6 December, ahead of International Anti-corruption Day. After five years of surveying the general public’s views and experiences of corruption, the report shows that bribery is still prevalent in many countries, but that citizens are increasingly demanding accountability from their governments.

Read this special section on the Global Corruption Barometer to learn more about the every day experience of corruption made by citizens in countries across the globe, and how they see the future.

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