Top 5 most corrupt countries in the world

The most corrupt country leads to economic crisis and underdevelopment, and the lives of people are getting poorer and poorer.


Western nations such as the United States, European nations desire to recreate the appropriate management system and a tough constitutional punishment for anyone involved in this evils. Least-developed countries have the most corruption cases due to their weak state structure and low educational level. Therefore, the authorities take advantage of this opportunity to enrich themselves and their close friends. In this article, we will rank the 5 most corrupt countries in the world.

1. Nigeria

Corruption is common in Nigeria, for example in a locality that will require a bribe so he can guide you where you need to go. Nigeria possesses so much oil that people scramble for an arbitrary position so that they can steal the nation’s own income.

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2. North Korean

The Kim Jung family has ruled North Korea for decades so badly. North Korea is one of the poorest ethnic groups in the world due to the weak governmental rule of the Kim family. They prioritize military warfare over economic and social development. Any aid received, either in the pocket of Kim Jung’s family or the purchase of military equipment.

3. Somalia

Somalia, without a stable government for many years, has paved the way for corruption and the poor management of community funds in Somalia. Alshabaab has terrorized many parts of the country to govern a number of large cities such as Mogadishu Capital, the port city of Kismayu. Most of Somalia’s residents are illiterate, so they cannot think or demand more from their government. This makes Somalia the most corrupt country in the world.

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4. Iraq

After the United States withdrew from Iraq during the second invasion in 15 years, it created the evasion of power formed in this war-torn country. The rebellion of the locals fighting for control of the country. The involvement of the Islamic State (ISIS) has made the problem even more numb with the persecution. Everyone is interested in the millions of dollars gained from illegal exploration and production of huge amounts of oil for their benefit.

5. Afghanistan

Lying among war countries affects the stability and performance of the government of this country. The rebels appear to have a say in political issues and influence the Afghan authorities. Therefore, it has made the country the most corrupt country in the world.

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Run in many places calling for protection of the Amazon forest

On August 23, in many Brazilian cities, thousands of people flocked to the streets, taking part in the rally to protect the rainforest of Amazon, which suffered from fires in time.  


In cities like Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paolo and Brasilia, protesters call for action to protect the Amazon forest from serious destruction. Protesters also criticized the policy on the environment of President Jair Bolsonaro, and asked the President to dismiss Environment Minister Ricardo Salles.  

Earlier, the opposition leader sent a letter requesting the impeachment of Minister Salles with allegations of his policies against the duties of an Environment minister. 

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Fires in the Amazon forest , known as the lungs of the planet, also led to protests in many other countries. Earlier, the same day, many demonstrations took place outside the embassies and consulates of Brazil in major cities such as London (England), Berlin (Germany), Madrid (Spain) and Mumbai (India). ).

Meanwhile, in France, thousands of people plan to hold a march within a radius of 30 km around the Biarritz seaside resort, where the World Leading Industry Group Summit takes place (G7) to condemn poverty and environmental damage.  

Over the past two weeks, Amazon forest fires have destroyed tens of thousands of hectares of rainforest. The international community is concerned that fires seriously affect the environment, the flora and fauna in the area are called the green lungs of the planet.

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According to official figures from the Brazilian Government, more than 76,000 forest fires have been recorded in the country for the first 8 months, the highest number since 2013, and most occur in the Amazon. Compared to the same period last year, Amazon forest fire since the beginning of the year has increased by 83%.

The exact amount of damage caused by the Amazon forest fire has yet to be determined, but the smoke covers the city of Sao Paulo and some other Brazilian cities. Meanwhile, forest fires tend to be more serious due to the current dry season, lasting until the end of October or early November, and the habit of deforestation for cultivation and cattle grazing.

Oscar Sport Award 2019 honors a player Novak Djokovic

Serbian tennis players Novak Djokovic has passed many names such as Kylian Mbappe, Luka Modric (football), Lewis Hamilton (Motor Racing F1), LeBron James (basketball), Eliud Kipchoge (athletics) to win the title male athlete of the year at the Laureus World Sports Awards held in Monaco.


Despite the back injury, but Djokovic has played impressively to win 5 titles in the ATP in the year 2018, including two Grand Slam Championship that are Wimbledon and the US Open. At the same time he also regained the world no. 1 star from the hands of Spanish rival Rafael Nadal.

Share with the press, Djokovic said: “Laureus award is always the dream of every athlete. This is truly a great honor and at the same time as a special reward for me. The year 2018 is an unbelievable season and I will remember forever about it”.

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This is the fourth time Djokovic won this noble titles, rivaling that of the former Athletics star Usain Bolt. Meanwhile in award categories for women, fitness American athletes were honored with Biles Simone the brilliant success in the year 2018. Coach Arsene Wenger also received a lifetime achievement award for what he has devoted to football.

Also the year’s team award was awarded to the French team with impressive achievements brought the world football Golden Cup to the Light Capital. In addition, Laureus 2019 also some other impressive awards categories such as Japanese players Naomi Osaka awarded “the breakthrough of the year”; the title “the return of the year” in the hands of golf Tiger Woods; Henrieta Farkasova (skiing) was honored as “disabled athlete of the year” …

Sports awards annual Laureus World are two Daimler AG and Richemont co-founded in 1999, which aims to glorify the female, male athletes and teams for their competition in all sports.

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The process of selection of the Laureus Awards employer consists of two stages. First, a selection board consists of the editor, reporter and sports broadcaster from 120 countries choose 6 candidates personally, or the national team and clubs for each category.

After that, the members of the Laureus World Sports Academy (including legendary athlete 46 world) secret ballot to pick out the winner. Also by the process chosen and carefully selected, so often as the Laureus Award is considered as the “Oscar of the sports world”.

Telcos deserve a better deal

The telecom sector is the most significant and visible success story of economic liberalisation in the country. However, its sustainability and continued growth can only be ensured with firm but soft-touch regulatory measures. This writer recently had the opportunity to interact with major fund managers of asset management companies likeFidelity, Blackrock, Capital World, UAB, RCM and HSBC.

The concerns expressed by the asset management groups on regulatory uncertainties in telecom sector were genuine and any future foreign investment in the sector would be largely determined by the manner we address the present upheaval.

Unlike many developed countries, the regulatory function in India is performed both in the government, ie, department of telecom, and the regulator, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai). Given present functional jurisdiction, the answers to most regulatory issues lie with the government.

The paramount need for functional efficiency and financial health of telecom service companies is the process of consolidation. The international experience says that 5-6 licences are adequate for both quality of services and also competition in the sector.

Even if we account for the population of the country, there is no viable case for having a dozen licences in each service area. The truth is that many licence-seekers in 2007-08 were in the queue for unearned gains. This became evident when some foreign companies invested on hugely-appreciated script value of newly-licensed companies.

By 2012, there is already a clamour for incentivised merger and acquisition policy and friendly exit policy. Fortunately, the issue got partly addressed by the recent judgment of the Hon’ble Supreme Court. However, the government would be repeating the mistake if the number of licences are not rationalised.

It is imperative that the need and timing for new licences should be considered by the regulatory authority on reference from the government. No one is making a case for pre-determined numbers or any form of capping of licences. However, the process of granting licences can be initiated in phases to assess the felt need.

The government has announced the draft National Telecom Policy, 2011. The finalisation and its announcement deserve highest priority to dispel regulatory misgivings. There are important recommendations from Trai that deserve to be accepted by the government and incorporated in the NTP 2011.

The most critical structural recommendation is regarding unified service licence with freedom to use any technology and separation of spectrum. The acceptance of this policy would also require a defined path for the migration of present unified access services licence-holders. This should be addressed along with the licence-renewal policy as many of the incumbents would be completing 20 years beginning year 2014. It also entails determination of renewal fee.

There is another pending issue bothering investors in the telecom sector. It is regarding the determination of spectrum price beyond 6.2 MHz presently with the major telecom service providers. Trai has made certain recommendations on this subject.

However, the government would soon auction 2G spectrum band as per the orders of the Supreme Court. Therefore, a balanced view needs to be taken so as to avoid any situation of litigation and irrational bid conclusions.

Another recommendation of Trai is about reframing spectrum in 900 MHz band. It may be desirable to consider the monetisation of the spectrum value in 900 MHz band among the possible solutions to resolve this issue.

There are also technology and interconnect issues. Trai has already recommended permitting voice on internet protocol. In future, LTE technology will be a major challenge to the existing telecom service providers. The issue of interconnection within and outside the service area in different spectrum bands is already before the appellate court. There are official announcements of one India circle and consequent abolition of roaming charges.

This deserves serious consideration on grounds of technology, tariff and resolution of national long distance licences. Lastly, the rationalisation of tariff must remain with the telecom service providers. The need of the hour is to seek the view of telecom service providers and evolve regulatory policies in the larger national interest without any tag of winners and losers.

(This article was published in the Economic Times on 15th March, 2012, and in Business Standard on 11th March, 2012)