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Combating corruption

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  • October 21, 2014
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Combating means to take action to reduce or prevent (something bad or undesirable). here in this context we are talking about corruption. So corruption means the misuse of power for own gain. Corruption affects adversely country's economic development and achievement of developing goals. It promotes in efficiency in utilization of resources, distorts the markets and compromises quality.

We know that corruption will not disappear from society. Our efforts are meant to restrict corruption and to protect as much as possible the poor and weak in our societies. In the end all corruption costs are paid by the consumer and the tax payers. They need protection.

"Its the action, not the fruit of the action,
that's important. You have to do the right thing.
I may not be in your power, may not be in you time,
that there will be any fruit. But that doesn't mean
You stop doing the right thing.
You may never know what results come from you action,
But if you do nothing, there will be no result."
-Mahatma Gandhi

TRANSPARENCY: AN EFFECTIVE TOOL

From the very beginning I would like to say that transparency is an effective tool in order for democracy to function and to prevent corruption. Transparency of government means that people can see what’s going on inside a government. The question rises here is that why government hide information from us? I think that hiding is a work of evil as old people says. So hiding information by the government from us is an evil work and when evil word is used in reference with government it mostly refers to CURROPTION.

Corruption is the function of both opportunities to request and receive brief and the risk of detection. Corruption exists in every sector of a society. It damages the development of a nation by undermining faith in public institutions, increases the cost of firm and discouraging the foreign and domestic investigations....