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Public Sector Informant: Federal ICAC is no 'silver bullet' for corruption - it's time to press for other reforms

By Richard Mulgan
Updated March 25 2022 - 1:58pm, first published February 28 2022 - 1:00pm
Australia has been slipping in Transparency International's corruption rankings. Picture: Shutterstock

In late January, Transparency International published the latest (2021) edition of its annual Corruption Perceptions Index. The index carries a disheartening, if hardly surprising, message for Australian integrity watchers. Compared with the previous year, Australia's score dropped four percentage points (from 77 to 73) and its world ranking fell from 11th to 18th.

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