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Switzerland ranks 7th in the corruption index

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Switzerland ranks 7th in the corruption index

Switzerland again made no progress in fighting corruption in the public sector last year. In its latest report, Transparency International criticizes, among other things, the “widespread nepotism”

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Corruption in the public sector: Geneva State Councilor Pierre Maudet was found guilty in 2022 for accepting benefits. (archive image)

In the annual Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) published on Tuesday, Switzerland scored 82 out of 100 points, up from 84 points in the previous year. With 7th place, it is still among the top ten countries, wrote Transparency.

However, they are further away from the best possible values. In addition to preventing nepotism, the handling of conflicts of interest and the regulation of lobbying would also have to be improved.

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