... For Achieving 27th Place on the
"Corruption Perception List" of Countries!
The positive results for the two GCC countries were underpinned by
strong access to information systems and rules governing the behavior of
those in public positions.
Regionally, Bahrain (global rank: 53) follows joint leaders UAE and
Qatar, and is followed by Oman (global rank: 61), and a tie between
Kuwait and Saudi Arabia (both ranked No. 66 globally).
In the Corruption Perceptions Index 2012 Denmark, Finland and New
Zealand tie for first place with scores of 90, helped by strong access
to information systems and rules governing the behavior of those in
public positions. Saudi Gazzette. ... Just Above The Acrid Stench Line. Two-thirds of the 176 countries scored below 50 on a scale from 0 (perceived to be highly corrupt) to 100 (perceived to be very clean).