The Top Ten: World's Ten Most Corrupt Leaders

The Top Ten December 10 - 17

World's Ten Most Corrupt Leaders

NamePositionEstimates of funds allegedly embezzled
(in U.S. $)
1. Mohamed Suharto President of Indonesia (1967–1998) $15 to 35 billion
2. Ferdinand Marcos President of the Philippines (1972–1986) 5 to 10 billion
3. Mobutu Sese Seko President of Zaire (1965–1997) 5 billion
4. Sani Abacha President of Nigeria (1993–1998) 2 to 5 billion
5. Slobodan Milosevic President of Serbia/Yugoslavia (1989–2000) 1 billion
6. Jean-Claude Duvalier President of Haiti (1971–1986) 300 to 800 million
7. Alberto Fujimori President of Peru (1990–2000) 600 million
8. Pavlo Lazarenko Prime Minister of Ukraine (1996–1997) 114 to 200 million
9. Arnoldo Alemán President of Nicaragua (1997–2002) 100 million
10. Joseph Estrada President of the Philippines (1998–2001) 78 to 80 million

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