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Lebanon ranks 136th in the world in the 2014 corruption perceptions index

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December 09, 2014

Lebanon ranked 136th in the world in Transparency International’s 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index, slipping as such from the 127th place it occupied in the year 2013. In fact, Lebanon’s index score fell to 27 in the year 2014, down from 28 in 2013 and a much higher 30 in the year 2012.



Corruption Perceptions Index 2014


Middle Eastern Countries


Results: Table & Rankings - http://www.transparency.org/cpi2014/results
 

إحتلّ لبنان المرتبة 136 في العالم في مؤشّر مدركات الفساد للعام 2014 الصادر عن منظّمة الشفافيّة الدوليّة، متراجعاً بذلك عن المركز 127 الذي كان يشغله في العام 2013. فقد سجّل لبنان نتيجة 27 في المؤشّر المذكور، مقارنةً مع نتيجة 28 في مؤشّر العام 2013 ونتيجة 30 في مؤشّر العام 2012




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