President Correa does not believe corruption study improvements in public sector

Posted on December 6, 2011 • Filed under: Corruption, Ecuador

A study by Transparency International on the degree of corruption among countries puts Ecuador in fifth place as most corrupt country in Latin America. For the president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, for the study of the Non Governmental Organization (NGO) Transparency International, which measures the degree of corruption in the country, only 50 respondents have spoken and have not taken into account improvements in the public sector. “The Chambers of production, there is that they send surveys and you know how many of us want the cameras, Joyce de Ginatta and all those people, what they’re saying that Ecuador has improved transparency,” Obama said during the inauguration of a center doctor in Quito, as recorded in the official newspaper web Citizen. The study, on a scale of ten as best score to 0, gives a note to Ecuador 2.7 and placed at the site 120 in a list of 182 countries, and in fifth place as most corrupt country in Latin America. Read Article

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