Cuba Ranks 69th in Corruption Index

HAVANA TIMES, Oct. 27 — Cuba ranked 69th among 178 countries studied in the 2010 Corruption Perceptions Index, carried out by the Transparency International global network. The island, with a result of 3.7 on 10, ranked in 9th place in the Americas, where the list of less corrupt nations is headed by Canada, with 8.9, reported IPS.

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  • So does that mean amerikkka is number one..probably but they will never tell..However as long as this myth and pack of lies does not remove the embargo..what is it good for? To send fear to tourist? NOT! we are still pulling them in..GRACIAS! to all tourist who come to visit and others who make Cuba home..(those with positive intent)


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