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Safeguarding Good Governance

Amid the effort to fight Covid-19 and raised hopes in the face of uncertainties in early 2021, our two governance indexes have dropped. They are the Corruption Perception Index and the Democracy Index.

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YANUAR NUGROHO
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Amid the effort to fight Covid-19 and raised hopes in the face of uncertainties in early 2021, our two governance indexes have dropped. They are the Corruption Perception Index and the Democracy Index.

The Corruption Perception Index (CPI) declined from 40 in 2019 to 37 in 2020, causing Indonesia’s rank to plunge from 85th to 102nd out of 180 countries. Meanwhile, the Democracy Index reached the lowest point in 14 years, scoring 6.3 and putting Indonesia in 64th place out of 167 countries.

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