Iceland's lowest Corruption Perceptions Index attributed to inaction in fishrot scandal


Transparency International Iceland has disclosed the Nordic country's lowest Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) score, attributing the drop to inaction in the Fishrot scandal.

In a stark revelation, Transparency International Iceland has announced that Iceland has recorded its lowest Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) score to date, losing six points over the last five years. 

The prominent decline is attributed predominantly to the failure to address the Fishrot scandal, as outlined in the attached press release from TI Iceland.

Namibia faces urgent call for anti-corruption reforms


In the aftermath of Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) report, Namibia, maintaining its position at 59th with a score of 49, is under heightened scrutiny from the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR).

Graham Hopwood, the Director of IPPR, stresses the necessity of sweeping reforms across key sectors to address persistent corruption challenges.

Namibia's stagnant CPI ranking reflects stability but underscores the imperative for substantial progress in the fight against corruption.