Transparency International has released it’s list of the World’s most corrupt countries with Somalia, South Sudan, North Korea and Syria listed as the most corrupt countries in the world.
Somalia has held the title as the world’s most corrupt country for the past ten years, with a score of 10 on the Corruption Perceptions Index 2016, which ranks countries’ public sector from zero to 100.
Denmark and New Zealand were tied in first place as the world’s least corupt countries, followed by Finland, Sweden and Switzerland.
And the most corrupt countries as ranked on the Corruption Perceptions Index 2016 are:
The top 10 least corrupt are: