Transparency International has released its latest report on the classification of 176 countries in the world, “Corruption Perceptions Index 2012.”
In this ranking, Tunisia moved down two places, falling to the 75th position with a score of 41.
Indices are assigned based on a scale of 0 to 100, 0 means that the country is the most corrupt in the world and 100 the least corrupt country. Tunisia has thus not reached the average.
However, across the Maghreb, Tunisia is the least corrupt country, ahead of Morocco ranked in the 88th position with a score of 37, then Algeria 105th with a score of 34 and finally Libya 160th with a score of 21.
In the Arab world, Tunisia is ranked 6th. Egypt is 118th with a score of 41.