WORLD’S MOST CORRUPT COUNTRIES/PERSON

WORLD’S MOST CORRUPT COUNTRIES
The World Bank has published a report on the world’s most corrupt (and honest) countries. Examining various credit sources over a period of 10 years, the report is an in-depth barom eter of international government practices.
1. Som alia                         2. North Korea                             3. Afghanistan                                     4. Sudan                   5. Myanmar                      6. Uzbekistan                                 7. Turkm enistan                 8. Iraq                                    9. Haiti                              10. Venezuela

LEAST CORRUPT COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD 
1. New Zealand                                                     2. Denmark                                     3. Finland                                                        4. Sweden                                                              5. Singapore                                     6. Switzerland                                                7. Norway                                                            8. Australia                                       9. Netherlands                                           10. Canada

NameFromAmount
1.Mohamed Suharto President of Indonesia (1967 – 1998) $1 5-35 billion
 2. Ferdinand Marcos President of the Philippines (1972-1986) 5- 10 billion
 3. Mobutu Sese Seko President of Zaire (1965-1997) 5 billion
 4. Sani Abacha President of Nigeria (1993-1998) 2 -5 billion
 5. Slobodan Milosevic President of Serbia/ Yugoslavia (1989-2000) 1 billion
 6. Jean-C laude Duvalier President of Haiti (1971-1986) 30 0-80 0 million
 7. Albe rto Fujim ori President of Peru (1990-2000) 600 million
 8. Pavlo Lazarenko Prime Minister of Ukraine ( 19 96 – 1997) 11 4-20 0 million
 9. Amoldo Aleman President of Nicaragua (199 7-2002) 100 million
 10. Joseph Estrada President o f the Philippines 11998-2001) 78 -80 million

 

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