Transparency International has released its latest corruption index, which reveals that Australia is among 21 nations where perceived corruption has worsened “significantly” over the past eight years. From The Guardian:
Australia scored 77 from a possible 100, the same mark as last year. It means Australia has again failed to reverse a longer-term decline of eight points since 2012…
Australia is listed as being among 21 nations that have “significantly declined” in the same time period.
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