Transparency international has issued today, Wednesday 21/2/2018 the corruption Perception Index (CPI) 2017. The Kingdom ranked (57) internationally out of (180) countries.
Transparency International releases this Index annually based on how corrupt a country’s public sector is perceived to be. The CPI focuses on the score every country achieves because of the changes of the number of countries included every year.
The CPI is based on a combination of surveys and assessments on corruption released by a number of international organizations such as The World Economic Forum, the Global Insight, and the Bertelsmann Foundation. Political Risk Services (PRS).The National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) affirms that the Kingdom is seeking to continue to strengthen its position at the regional and international levels in all fields, including fighting corruption, and cooperating with other countries, regional and international entities and organizations concerned with protecting integrity, fighting corruption and promoting transparency.
It is worth mentioning that Nazaha works in cooperation with related entities to achieve the objectives enlisted in the National Strategy for Marinating Integrity and Combating Corruption, including providing the appropriate climate for the success of development plans and highlighting the efforts of the kingdom in the field of protecting integrity and fighting corruption.