Malagasy public sector is still addicted to corruption


Yesterday, the representative of Transparency International, Mr; Dominique Rakotomalala, presented the global corruption report 2010 in which it is clearly disclosed that corruption in Madagascar has increased (and is still increasing) during the transition.
Transparency international revealed on its report that since the beginning of the transition, the situation of the corruption in Madagascar has worsened. According to such report, Madagascar is now at the 13rd rank on a list of 178 countries.
All public sectors of the state administration are “infected”. The most corrupted are:
– decentralized communities and municipalities;
– the gendarmerie;
– courts (justice);
– police;
– land department.

Investigations have been made before public bodies and politicians.

Fight against corruption still has a lot of efforts to do. Someone told me that the BIANCO (public body in charge of the fight against corruption) and the SAMIFIN (public body in charge of the fight against money laundering) will be soon deleted. Is it the appropriate solution?

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