Mexico stopped a downward trend in the index that lasted 5 years.
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Mexico managed to raise a point in the Perception Index of Corruption of Transparency International in 2019. Thus, the country was ranked 130 out of 180 countries participating in the public sector corruption count .
Thus, Mexico stopped a downward trend in the 5-year index by obtaining 29 out of 100 points to share seats with countries such as Guinea, Laos, Maldives, Mali, Myanmar and Togo.
Image: Corruption Perception Index
In this edition of the index, the best ranked countries were Denmark and New Zealand, both in first place with 87 points, and Sweden, in third with 86 points. Instead, the worst were Somalia, which was the most corrupt with only 9 points out of 100, and South Sudan with 12 points.
With information from Statista in Spanish