Corruption ― Public Enemy Number One
By Zaid Srour, Marketing –
Many countries have a constitution based on fundamental principles and laws to govern and guarantee the rights of the people living within that country. Governments are bound to fight for equality, democracy and freedom. Today, a heated battle is approaching.
Governments and companies are cooperating to wage war on what the World Bank referred to as “public enemy number one.”
Recognizing the Enemy: Corruption
Corruption is the obstacle standing between the people and the dream of living in a peaceful place protected by laws that maintain dignity, rights and freedom.
Now more than ever, corruption is sabotaging the structure of economies and is diminishing the role of government in its ability to fight back. In so doing, corruption is destroying the security, wellbeing and sovereignty of all people.
We All Enlisted
Governments, organizations and the public all need to participate in the fight against corruption. Vice President Joe Biden said, “In the 21st century, the countries that will thrive will be the ones where citizens know their voices are heard, because the institutions are transparent.”
So we must refine and restructure public policy to combat and weed out corruption; we have to find those responsible and hold them accountable. To accomplish this, governments need a new method to find corrupted officials and employees.
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