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The rating continues to show a stagnation in the fight against corruption in the country. Since the year 2012 no
are exceeded 40 points in this measurement. Two and a half years after the administration of President Bukele, have met
several cases of corruption, mainly in the management of resources due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and they have also
various events have taken place that threaten democratic institutions and that could explain the increase
in the perception of corruption in the country.

Among the incidents that could motivate this perception of corruption are disrespect for procedures in the dismissal of officials such as the Supreme Court of Justice, Among the incidents that could motivate this perception of corruption are disrespect for procedures in the dismissal of officials such as the Supreme Court of Justice.

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citizenship on the use given to the resources granted.

Transparency International's analysis for the CPI 2021 warns that, in the last decade, the control of the
corruption has stagnated or deteriorated in a 86 % of the countries of the world, also, warning about how
that corruption facilitates the violation of human rights in a vicious upward spiral: the erosion of rights
and freedoms weakens democracy, makes way for authoritarianism, and this enables higher levels of corruption.
Considering the previous, the results of the Index show that countries that adequately protect
civil and political liberties tend to better control corruption; fundamental freedoms of association and
expression are essential in the fight for a world free of corruption.