New Afghan Gov’t Should Deliver Concrete Results For Anti-Corruption Efforts: EU

The European Union (EU) in Afghanistan says the new Afghan government will have to deliver concrete results for anti-corruption efforts or face donor fatigue.

According to the Corruption Perceptions Index by Transparency International, Afghanistan has remained among the top 10 corrupt countries in the world in 2019.

Afghanistan was scored 15 out of 100 in 2017, 16 in 2018 and remained in the same place in 2019.
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“2019 Corruption Perceptions Index shows Afghanistan is still stagnating in the bottom of the list of the most corrupt countries,” EU in Afghanistan said in a tweet.

The report indicates that there has not been any progress in fighting against corruption since 2018 in Afghanistan.

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