Survey says Georgia is the less corruptive country in Europe
According to the survey conducted by Euro Barometer, Georgia is in the top of the list of European countries, where the index of corruption is the lowest. The results of the survey were presented to political organizations and NGOs at the meeting held in Hotel Radisson Blu Iveria today. The head of the organization presented the survey results today. According to the survey, 99% of respondents said they did not face to pay bribe at official structures last year and this result is the best in Europe. Amongst the NATO aspirant countries, Georgia has been qualified as the less corrupt country. The citizens of Georgia face corruption problems four times seldom than in other countries of Europe in everyday life. 77% of the respondents questioned within the survey believe that the steps made by the government of Georgia for combating corruption in the country are very effective.
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