Guyana will remain at the bottom unless gov’t tackles corruption

–transparency group warns

Saying there is overwhelming evidence to support the wide perception of corruption in Guyana, the Transparency Institute of Guyana Inc. (TIGI) is warning the government that the country will remain at the bottom of every international ranking unless it moves to address the real issues.

“Perceptions aside, there are serious institutional, administrative and judicial failures which continue to facilitate widespread corruption in the country,” TIGI said in a statement released yesterday in response to criticisms by the government of Trans-parency International’s Cor-ruption Perceptions Index for 2012.

“While TIGI would welcome suggestions from the government regarding an appropriate methodology to measure corruption, a more …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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