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Title: 88% of Spaniards consider corruption to be a serious problem,
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compared to the EU average of 74%. Most of those questioned in Spain think corruption has increased over the past three years and 93% consid...
  • compared to the EU average of 74%. Most of those questioned in Spain think corruption has increased over the past three years and 93% consider that corruption affects the national institutions. 


The use of backhanders and the abuse of personal power are considered to be especially extended here according to the Spanish people, and among the national, regional and local politicians. 67% consider the civil servants who issued building permissions to be corrupt, and 40% think the private sector is corrupt. Judges are considered by 41%, Customs officials by 38% and Police by 37% of the population to be corrupt.

Oddly only 53% of the Spaniards questioned admitted being affected by corruption in their daily lives, and only 3% said they had been asked for a commission in the last year. :Text may be subject to copyright.This blog does not claim copyright to any such text. Copyright remains with the original copyright holder. 

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