The last report evaluated corruption and transparency in the public sector.

 

The evaluation was applied in 180 countries around the world around the world and the punctuation goes from 0(most corrupt) to 100(Least corrupt).

This report was made by the German Organization: International Transparency. The winners were New Zeeland, Denmark and Finland and the losers were Somalia, Sudan and Siria.

On the other hand, Latin and Central America dont seem to be able to exit the red zone of corruption and the organization affirms that this is due to the poor or cero implementation of comprehensive policies that can deal with historical and structural causes of corruption in each country.

Venezuela is the most corrupt country in Latin America, according to this report