Qoraalkan hoose waxaan ka soo dheegtay Dailymail oo ka soo baxda UK waxaana lagu soo bandhiagayaa Musuqmaasuqu halkuu aduunka ka gaadhay, Dabcan Somalia oo ay somaliland dhinac taalaana waa No.1 Caalamka meel musuq maasuq ka dhaco, sidoo kale Dalal waa weyn sida UK oo kale ayaaa safafka ugu danbeeya ka gashay.
Waxay ku soo beegmaysaa warbixintani waqti dadka reer somaliland ay ku jireen doorashada golaha degaanka oo aad looga cabanayo in lagu kala shubtay.
Bal akhriste ila dhugo, Somalia,Afghanistan iyo N.Korea ayaa koobka musuqmaasuqa qaaday sanadkan,iyagoo 92% musuq iyo is daba maris ku dhaqmaya, Halka ay ku soo xigaan Sudaan iyo Iraaq iyo qaar kaloo badan.
Waxaa ugu fiican amaba nadiifnimada kaw galay dalalka Denmark,Newzealand iyo Finland oo iyagu 90% nadiif ka ah is daba mariska.
174 Dal oo la eegay badhitaanadan ka dib waxa la ogaaday in ay ragaadisay badankooda nidaamka Musumaasuq iyo is daba maris ku xidhan.
Akhris wanaagsan akhristoow, Ilaahayna qoom ma bedelo iyagoon is doorinin.
Inagay inoo taal hawli, waana waajib ina wada saaran ee dawlad kaligeed ma saarna.
So which countries are cleaner than us? UK ranked 17th out of 176 in financial corruption survey
The UK is perceived to be the 17th least corrupt country in the world, according to a survey, thanks to comparatively high levels of transparency and a tough stance on the abuse of power.
It scored 74 out of a possible 100 points, where 0 is highly corrupt and 100 very clean – considerably lower than the three countries ranked the least corrupt in the world – Denmark, Finland, and New Zealand, which were each scored 90.
Also making it into the top ten of Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index 2012 were Sweden, Singapore, Switzerland, Australia, Norway, Canada and the Netherlands.
The darker the colour on the world map, the more corrupt each country is perceived to be
Japan came joint with the UK – and both were beaten by Barbados, which was ranked 15.
The UK beat the United States by one point and France by three.
However out of 176 countries, two thirds scored below 50, with corruption continuing to ravage societies around the world.
Afghanistan, North Korea and Somalia once again cling to the bottom rung of the index, scoring just eight out of 100.
A breakdown on the perceived corruption of 176 countries around the world
Underperformers also include eurozone countries hit by the economic crisis. Greece’s global ranking fell from 80th in 2011 to 94th in 2012, reflecting the country’s continuing economic turmoil and widespread tax evasion.
Italy was ranked 72nd, below EU-newcomer Romania at 66 in the index.
Transparency International warned Europe must address corruption risks in the public sector to tackle the financial crisis, calling for strengthened efforts to corruption-proof public institutions.
12 LEAST CORRUPT NATIONS
1. Denmark – 90
1. Finland – 90
1. New Zealand – 90
4. Sweden – 88
5. Singapore – 87
6. Switzerland – 86
7. Australia – 85
7. Norway – 85
9. Canada – 84
9. Netherlands – 84
11. Iceland – 82
12. Luxembourg – 80
12 MOST CORRUPT NATIONS
1. Somalia – 8
1. North Korea – 8
1. Afghanistan – 8
4. Sudan – 13
5. Myanmar – 15
6. Uzbekistan – 17
6. Turkmenistan – 17
8. Iraq – 18
9. Venezuela – 19
9. Haiti – 19
9. Chad – 19
9. Burundi – 19
‘Corruption is the world’s most talked about problem,’ said Cobus de Swardt, managing director of Transparency International. ‘The world’s leading economies should lead by example, making sure that their institutions are fully transparent and their leaders are held accountable. This is crucial since their institutions play a significant role in preventing corruption from flourishing globally.’
The figures suggest that even in the Arab Spring countries there have been barely any improvements. Despite citizen uprisings calling for greater accountability led to the overthrow of governments in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and Yemen, their rankings have essentially stagnated in the 21 – 41 per cent range over the past year.
Every year the index scores countries on how corrupt their public sectors are seen to be, by capturing views of analysts, businesspeople and experts in countries around the world.
Afeef: Aragtida maqaalku waa mid u gaar ah qoraaga, anaguna hadaanu Oodweynenews nahay waxaanu leenahay Magacaagu yuu noqon mid xumaan ka marag kaca, haka talin masiibiyo wax makhluuqa kalla dilla.