Structural reforms are the answer to Brazil’s increasing corruption
This year, Brazil reached its lowest score on the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) in seven years. Earning 35 points out of 100, it scored well below both the global (43) and regional average (44). In addition, this year, Brazil was listed as a ‘country to watch’ in the Americas regional analysis, given its regional influence and its position as the world’s eighth largest economy.
But it’s not all bad news from Latin America’s largest nation. Brazil has a unique opportunity to enact wide-ranging reforms that could significantly counter corruption in the country’s political and judicial systems.Read full article published by Transparancy International