Indonesia score improves in corruption-perception index

Indonesia’s corruption-perceptions index score increased to 2.8 this year from 2.6 last year, according to data from Transparency International Indonesia.

The new score moved Indonesia to 111th position among 180 countries polled worldwide, up from 126th place last year.

Excerpt from The Jakarta Post.

I am just wondering whether the evaluation was being held before of after the KPK and Polri case. Nevertheless, I believe that there is hope for Indonesia. We can start from good and clean governance as role model to society.

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