Global corruption barometer reveals 25% of voters in Pacific were bribed

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Global corruption barometer reveals 25% of voters in Pacific were bribed

The first-ever ‘Global Corruption Barometer - Pacific' study released by Transparency International on 18 November reveals that a quarter of those surveyed had been offered a bribe for their votes. When it comes to corruption, the Pacific has been one of the most under-studied regions in the world, it said. Representing the views of over 6,000 people across ten countries and territories, it said the barometer report is the most extensive public opinion survey on corruption ever gather...

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