More than 13 thousand people voted for Yanukovych. Petrobras Brazilian state oil company is ranked second with 11.9 thousand votes and the former President of Panama Ricardo Martinelli is ranked third (10.2 thousand votes).
The list also includes Akhmat Kadyrov Fund, named after the deceased father of Ramzan Kadyrov, the former President of Tunisia Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Senator of the Dominican Republic Felix Bautista, FIFA, the Lebanese political system and the leadership of the US state of Delaware.
The voting officially ended on February 10. Now, the investigation is to be launched with regard to the two leaders of the ‘corrupt race’, according to the Transparency International’s website.
Unmask the Corrupt is a sociological project of the Transparency International organization to identify the most corrupt individuals and organizations. Anyone could take part in the online vote launched in December 2015.
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