Libya rings 7th corrupted country in the world in Transparency International report
Libya has been ranked 161 in the report issued Wednesday by Transparency International that outlined the most clean and corrupt countries in the world.
The report placed Somalia as the first most corrupted country in the world, Syria and Yemen were placed in 154 position on the list, while Lebanon came as 132 out of the most corrupted countries.
Clean countries that topped the list were Denmark as the first clean country in the world, followed by Finland, Sweden, New Zealand, Netherlands, and Norway respectively.
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