Transparency International rates most corrupt countriesStaff Writer | November 17, 2016
Ukraine, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lithuania, Moldova, as well as Russia and Serbia, are the most corrupt countries in Europe and Central Asia, Transparency International said.
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"These countries are marked by high perceptions of corruption among members of parliament, high bribery rates and a negative social environment for engaging in anti-corruption actions," the organization said in research posted on its website.
Transparency International said that Ukraine is the least active country in anti-corruption efforts.
"The governments of Ukraine (86%), Moldova (84%), Bosnia and Herzegovina (82%), and Spain (80%) were judged worst by their citizens," the research said. ■