Israeli affairs, News

CPI: Israel more corrupt than ever

According to the 2011 Global Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), last year’s 30th place. Israel’s score dropped from 6.1 points in 2010 to 5.8 points in 2011 – the lowest ranking Israel has ever received. “The disappointing score Israel received should serve as a warning sign for the politicians, decision makers and the public,” said Transparency International Israel board member Amnon Dick. “We are globally perceived as less clean than before, which could have economic repercussion in the future.”

Ynetnews, Israel

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