Corruption Perception Survey Archive

Is military the least corrupt institution in Pakistan? A comment on Adil Gilani’s TIP report: Related posts: LUBP archive on Adil Gilani LUBP archive on Transparency International Pakistan LUBP archive on corrupt generals Transparency International Pakistan (TIP) has included the military for the first time in a survey that shows the defence being amongst
Pakistan improves in global Corruption Perceptions Index 2011: According to the latest figures released by Transparency International, Pakistan has improved its score there by becoming a ‘little less corrupt’. Pakistan improved its score from 2.3 last year to 2.5 this jumping 9 spots from 143 to 134.
Transparency International Pakistan Chairman’s son resigns after charges of corruption: TIP chairman’s son resigns from PNSC board membership Fear of being caught red-handed led Transparency International Pakistan (TIP) Chairman Syed Adil Gilani’s son Sohrab Adil Gilani to resign from his position as a board member of the Pakistan National
Who fixes corruption index and why? – by Shiraz Paracha: A senior manager of the World Bank who served in the organization at a time when the Bank’s policies led Africa and Latin America into debt, destruction and extreme poverty, later on established the so-called Transparency International (TI) —
A critical analysis of Adil Gilani’s National Corruption Perception Survey 2010 – by Ahmed Iqbalabadi: After my initial response to the report that was published in various newspapers (, I downloaded the  National Corruption Perception Survey 2010 by the Transparency International-Pakistan (TIP). The report is biased without an iota of doubt. Some of the