Corruption on the Solomon IslandsThe "Corruption Perceptions Index" for the public sector showed 58 points on the Solomon Islands for 2022. The scale has a range from 0 to 100. The more corruption rises, the higher the number is. With this result the Solomon Islands ranks 80th. So, compared to other countries, it is slightly below average.
Compared to the previous year, in 2022, the level of corruption slightly raised. In the long term, it has declined moderately in recent years.
The United States are in 24th place with a score of 31. The ranking is led by Denmark, with a value of 10. The sad last place is occupied by Somalia (88 points).
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Corruption on the Solomon Islands 2007 - 2022
The causes of corruption lie in part in political and cultural reasons. Ineffective law enforcement may further promote it. It is striking that it is regularly lower in democratically governed countries (form of government on the Solomon Islands: Parliamentary democracy). Similarly, higher corruption occurs predominantly in low-income countries. On the Solomon Islands, per capita income is 2,320 USD annually, which is extremely low by global standards. The high cost of living also indicates a prosperous country.
Development of the corruption index on the Solomon Islands 2007 - 2022
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