in the Philippiness
In the early 1960s, the Philippines was an economic power. In fact, during the era, the archipelago nation boasted one of the largest economies in Asia, behind only Japan.
Today, while it remains an important part of Asean and the world community at large, it's safe to say that those glory days are long over. When most outsiders think of the Philippines today, it is political instability, economic struggle, crime and corruption that often come to mind.
hen political leaders lie, cheat and steal, when public offices become a common public curse especially in terms of graft and corruption, when public funds go to private pockets, then we begin to realize ...
Corruption is the gravest threat to Philippine democracy and society today. We must stop graft and corruption in our country!
A Changing Nation - Changing for the worse ...
bribery, corruption and finally, pardon for plundering leaders. The trouble in our country is uncontrollable corruption and greed at the highest level. But still we love our country Philippines ..
IN THE PHILIPPINES
Nowadays foreigners and citizens alike say that the Philippines has the most corrupt leadership and economy. Corruption in the Philippines has become "a humanitarian crisis" and scandals increasingly seem to dominate the news.
The worsening corruption has eaten up the right of every citizen to good governance, freedom, decent life, and more importantly his or her dignity.
Corruption is a serious obstacle to the social and economic development of a country. The biggest losers are the Filipino people. In effect, the end-users are made to pay for overpriced goods or services or are made to deal with low-quality or substandard goods or services.
PUBLIC MONEY FOR
Despite the seriousness of the problem, people in government seem to show no sense of urgency or ‘mastery' of the steps necessary to fight it. The same government that taxes us...
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