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As happens every year, Transparency International has just published its famous ranking of the most and least corrupt countries on the planet. Unsurprisingly, its results are very similar to those of last year.
For this reason, and as we already have a video with the 2019 results that many of you have surely seen, this time we take a look at the rankings but also examine how corruption can completely destroy a country and how, in the face of a natural disaster or pandemic its effects can be even more painful.
Now, is all this corruption really so serious? Can envelopes, bribes, hidden payments and kickbacks really destroy a country? Well, in this video we are going to give concrete examples of how some unscrupulous people have made the coronavirus a golden opportunity to plunder the public coffers.
To see corruption up close, we’ll travel to a country that is being devoured by corruption: Welcome to Honduras.
Fernando Gutiérrez and Álvaro Mijares participated in the preparation of this video.
Transparency International 2020 Report: https://www.transparency.org/en/cpi/2020/index/nzl
Video: Which are the most CORRUPT COUNTRIES in the WORLD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ELJye_j2rQ
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