The prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, said nobody would survive. It clearly signifies the Saudi government is coming heavily on corruption .
Nobody will survive, actually a term recently used by the prince of Saudi Arabia. According to him, if anyone is caught in corruption charges, he will be dealt strictly.
It would not matter what is position of the person who commit wrong . He may be a minister , or local leader .
In this way, Saudi Arabia’s ruler gave a clear message to all who are involved in malpractice or corruption .Saudi Arabia’s level of corruption perception is at 56.7 per cent compared to the global average of 48.4 per cent. According to corruption index .
The above data was a reflection of the corruption perception index . Since its introduction in 1995, the Corruption Perceptions Index, Transparency International’s flagship research product, has gained significance as an important indicator of corruption that used to happen in public sector organisations.
It was the year of 2012 when Transparency International revisted to make some changes in the methodology used for creating the index. This revised methodology also used to compare the corruption index scores of one year with another year .
Corruption which is a kind of bane , is also crappling the Saudi Arabia. The country, which is known for strict rules, finds rising corruption totally acceptable . If the country’s fight against corruption is successful, even on a small scale, it will be a great achievement.
Saudi prince seems to set an example . His main objective is to make the country corruption-free as well . The strict slogan raised by the prince, “Nobody will survive, ” is a clear-cut message . This message is for those who are in the wrong direction of malpractices, including corruption .