Título completo: The Capacity to Combat Corruption (CCC) Index
Fecha de publicación: 2019
Fragmento original: Almost five years into Latin America’s anti-corruption push, the region’s politics, business environment and civil society have been deeply transformed. The issue of corruption shaped elections last year in the two largest Latin American economies—Mexico and Brazil—and it still dominates the political conversation almost everywhere in the region. From the collapse of infrastructure projects across the region to the rapid growth of a new compliance industry, governments and the private sector are being forced to adapt to a different reality. Meanwhile, the media, academia and NGOs have been instrumental in pushing the movement forward, while cautioning against dangerous unintended consequences—particularly the rise of populism and judicial overreach.