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International comparison of public-service honesty, 2010

New Zealand’s performance has regularly been among the best in the world in terms of the integrity of the state services. Transparency International is a non-government organisation that regularly surveys experiences in a large number of countries, measuring citizens’ experience of corruption and abuse of power. This map shows the results in 2010.

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Mark Prebble, 'State services and the State Services Commission - Role of central agencies', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/zoomify/33064/international-comparison-of-public-service-honesty-2010 (accessed 2 April 2020)

Story by Mark Prebble, published 20 Jun 2012