Transparency International: Corruption increased in Albania

Transparency International: Corruption increased in Albania

 Transparency International's report on the degree of corruption in the world ranked Albania in 91st place, marking a worsening situation compared to a earlier year when it was ranked 83rd.

Kosovo this time ranks 85th with a total of 39 points, marking progress compared with a year ago when it ranked 95th with 36 points.

So Kosovo remains the only country in the region that has made progress. Bosnia and Herzegovina a year ago was in the 83rd place, while this year is ranked 91st.

While Montenegro remains 64th in the same way as a year earlier, Serbia has fallen from 72nd to 77th place.

The worst in the region is Macedonia, which from the 90's has dropped to 107th place.

The report that includes 180 countries uses a scale from zero to up to 100, where zero indicates a very corrupt country.

New Zealand, Denmark and Finland are the cleanest in terms of corruption, while at the bottom of the list are Somalia, South Sudan and Syria.

The organization estimates that in the last six years many countries have made little or no progress in the fight against corruption.
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