Togo scores 29 points in the 2019 Transparency International Corruption index, one point less than in 2018

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Friday, 24 January 2020 11:11
Togo scores 29 points in the 2019 Transparency International Corruption index, one point less than in 2018

(Togo First) - From 30 points in 2018, Togo scored 29 points in the Transparency International Corruption index for 2019. This occurs after maintaining its score at 32 points in 2015, 2016, and 2017.

Revealing an average score of 32 points for sub-Saharan Africa over the period reviewed, the German NGO denounces “inaction against corruption” in this region. It should be noted however that in Togo, many sensitization campaigns were initiated by the High Authority for the Fight against Corruption and Related Infringements (HAPLUCIA). 

In Africa, the best scorers on the global corruption index were Seychelles (66 points), Botswana (61), Cape Verde (58), Rwanda (53), and Mauritius (52). In opposition, the most corrupt African countries in 2019 were Somalia (9), South Sudan (12), Sudan (16), and Equatorial Guinea (also 16).

Worldwide, top performers were New Zealand (87), Denmark (87), Finland (86), Singapore (85), Sweden (85), and Switzerland (85). 

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

 
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