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Societies are likely to decline due to corruption
Weegy: Corruption reflects a failure to adhere to social values, experts and officials said at a forum on Monday, and every segment of the state and society is responsible for ending it. Over 126 experts, [ officials and anti-corruption activists gathered in Amman on Monday for the first day of the two-day World Anti-Corruption Forum, during which they discussed the roles various institutions play in combating the practice. Adviser to the International Anti-Corruption Academy Suzanne Hayden said “cultural corruption” — i.e., a decline in values — is a cause of corrupt behaviour, but not a justification for it, urging civil society to take responsibility in the fight against corruption. In his address to the forum, Senate President Taher Masri said that corrupt activities such as the abuse of public funds originate among high-ranking state officials, with the collusion of the private sector. Noting that combating corruption is part of the Kingdom’s reform programme, Masri said a lack of legislative and judicial barriers to corruption were the main obstacles to realising this ambition. Jordan has exerted huge efforts to eliminate the impact of corruption on its national economy and established several agencies and public sector organisations to help in the fight against corruption, he noted. Former senator Laila Sharaf, head of the forum’s preparatory committee, pointed to the risk of development slowing down due to growing corruption in the developing world. ] (More)
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Discuss the manner in which a society may collapse as a result of corruption.
Weegy: Discuss the manner in which a society may collapse as a result of corruption. well when all the corporations. control the worlds money which they basically do now. and we make two dollars a day like half the world. [ then society as we know it will collapse. and the world Will be in it's final days. THE MENACE OF CORRUPTION IN THE SOCIETY One of the topical issues in the society today is 'corruption'. The word 'corruption' is defined by the Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary of English as 'the act of being corrupt'. Being corrupt in this regard is to be immoral, defrayed and dishonest especially by offering and taking bribes. In essence, a corrupt individual is described as being dishonest, takes and recieves bribes and engages in other sharp practices. ] (More)
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Society may collapse as a reasult of corruption in 300 words
Weegy: Corruption is widespread in many developing and transition economies, not because their people are different from people elsewhere, but because conditions are ripe for it. [ The motivation to earn income through corrupt practices is extremely strong, exacerbated by poverty and by low and declining civil service salaries. Coupled with a strong motivation is the fact that there are ample opportunities available to engage in corruption. Corruption flourishes where distortions in the policy and regulatory regime provide scope for it and where institutions of restraint are weak. ] (More)
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In which manner can a society collapse as a result of corrpution
Weegy: Corruption in South Africa includes the private use of public resources, bribery and improper favouritism.[1] The 2012 Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index assigned South Africa an index of 4.3, [ [ [ ranking South Africa 69th out of 176 countries (tied with Brazil and Macedonia.[2] ] Asia-Pacific Development Journal Vol. 7, No. 2, December 2000 33 CORRUPTION: CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES AND CURES U Myint* The paper stresses the need to keep the issue of corruption squarely in view in the development agenda. It discusses the causes and consequences of corruption, especially in the context of a least developed country with considerable regulation and central direction. Lack of transparency, accountability and consistency, as well as institutional weaknesses such as in the legislative and judicial systems, provide fertile ground for growth of rent seeking activities in such a country. In addition to the rise of an underground economy and the high social costs associated with corruption, its adverse consequences on income distribution, consumption patterns, investment, the government budget and on economic reforms are highlighted in the paper. The paper also touches upon the supply side of bribery and its international dimensions and presents some thoughts on how to address the corruption issue and to try and bring it under control. ] ] (More)
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What can be the effects of corrpution on education
Weegy: "Corruption is a major drain on the effective use of resources for education and should be drastically curbed." World Education Forum: Dakar Framework of Action (2000) Corruption in education is particularly damaging because it endangers a [ country's social, economic and political future: Corruption in education is more detrimental than corruption in other sectors because of its long-term effects. Corruption threatens equal access, quantity and quality of education. Its consequences are particularly harsh for the poor who, without access to education or with no alternative but low-quality education, have little chance to escape a life of poverty. Corruption is incompatible with one of the major aims of education: producing citizens that respect the law and human rights. If children come to believe that personal effort and merit do not count and that success comes through manipulation, favouritism and bribery, then the very foundations of society are shaken. - See more at: ] (More)
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