1. Why have governments individually and collectively decided to crack down on corruption? Is this crack-down a permanent change or just a temporary phase?
a. Over a decade, Corruption has become a serious threat for every nation as it directly impacts the country’s economy thereby its overall growth at all levels. b. Corruption is considered to be a global disease which has already spread across the universe in a drastic manner and no country can be proud to say that they are corruption free. But in the recent era, many countries have realized many unbelievable damages happened due to corruption from small scale to large scale and decided to fight against it. c. Governments have laid down many regulations and acts individually and collectively to curb or eliminate such a serious threat because it became a way for everyone from common man to corporates to governments to achieve anything legally or illegally. d. Governments decided to act individually to have national anti-corruption or prevention acts in order to ensure the very basics of humanity i.e., Individual Rights and Protection. Corruption branches out like a tree and it became reasons for several other crimes including terrorism. e. For example, an individual should not hold two passports but corruption paves a way to get it done. Another example is opportunity theft; a lot of talented and eligible youngsters are suffering because of corrupted officials who sell opportunities like government job, medical seat at Government College, bank loans, contracts etc., for their personal benefit. f. When we question about the governments collective decision, it has more significance because corruption exist at large scale in deals , transactions and agreements like FDI among the governments, corporates and other multinational companies which are very crucial and deciding factors for self-benefit as well as destruction of others. g. BAE deal with Saudi government (revealed in black money...
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