Corruption in Aruba is increasing, central bank survey shows

Central Bank of Aruba

Arubans believe financial corruption is rife within the country, and has increased in the past 12 months, according to a new survey from the central bank.

The Central Bank of Aruba’s annual corruption survey revealed 94% of respondents believed corruption was “widespread”, up from 81% in 2019.

“In 2020, considerably less respondents said that the problem of corruption was rare and/or that there was no corruption, compared to the previous two years,” the central bank added.

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