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Venezuela, Haiti, and Nicaragua are the most corrupt countries in Latin America

The Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) published Tuesday (31) by the nongovernmental organization Transparency International (TI) shows that the fight against corruption in the Americas has stagnated since 2017, especially in countries such as Venezuela and Nicaragua, which remain under authoritarian regimes.

No country on the continent has seen significant improvements over the past five years in TI's rankings, which measure perceptions of public sector corruption levels on a scale of 0 to 100 . . .

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