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  • Yes, corruption is part of a democratic government.

    It is however does not mean that only in democratic government that corruption occurs, as corruption is ubiquitous. Corruption is also present in other forms of government, like a dictatorial government. But it is in a democracy that corruption is rampant compared to other form of government. For instance in democracy, there is election and term limit that means that politicans are not permanent in office, in order to stay in power they have to amass a lot of money through corruption to win in the next election. While in dictatorship, people in power may incline to corruption as well but not like in democracy where the need of money for the election makes corruption more likely to occur.

  • Yes I believe so.

    Democracy promotes the idea of an official being represented by the masses but lets be real, it is really only promotes the people who are rich and thus can force their political influence on others more easily. In addition this money can be used to essentially bribe others into supporting them. Over all, democracy while it does serve its benefits, constantly uses corruption.

    Officials can trade support for government opportunities and seats.

  • Yes corruption is the price which we pay for democracy..

    Now this time corruption is more and more because of the government or democracy we can say that..Many leader simply bye the vote for the elect..And after electing they are simply taking money for doing any work for development...That's the reason all officers are also taking donation because he already knows that if they take donation then there is no one is sit for the blaming on them..Because all leader is also involves in that only..

  • Yes it is

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  • Yes it is

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  • Yes it is

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  • Yes it is

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  • Yes it is

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  • No, corruption is the price we pay for society...not Democray

    Corruption will always exist in every form of government. It does not matter how scared, enthralled, or mislead a citizenry is; you will always have individuals who's assessment of the short term risk is worth committing the crime of corruption. Democracy may leave an avenue in which to punish those individuals in a more transparent way than other forms of government.

  • Give it a thought

    Personally I think , corruption is not a cause of democracy. Its just that the people find the unfair or illegal means of getting their work done easy and adding to that , they just sit at home blabbering about corruption and advocating various solutions and not doing anything about it. All I am saying is that in today's tech-savvy and fast pacing world if you want to get your work done/want to make the best out of everything then you might as well follow the unlawful ways or or your own ambiguous ways ! ;)








    P.S. I don't support corruption.

  • Is it? Not really...

    Corruption is any unfair means to get your work done.. And that can be present in any form of government... Rather corruption can be higher in a dictatorship government... At least in democratic economy we have the chance to get rid of corruption by eliminating corrupted leaders after a certain point of time... Corruption should be eliminated from our mind... Democracy shouldn't be taken for granted, rather it should be used as a weapon to uproot corruption... So I would say democracy,which always provides us the ground to fight against corruption, should not be blamed as a cause of the corruption...

  • Corruption is exclusive to democracy is it?

    Corruption is present in any form of government or Business for that matter, that's why we have democracy you get rid of idiots after a set period of time. Anyone can be bribed it come down to how they react, whether they ignore the bribe or give in to temptation come down to the individual and the amount offered.

  • Corruption is a part of leadership

    People are inherently bad. Regardless of the government policy, people are going to screw the system. Those people who have managed to stay good and morally aligned, are just going to get trampled on like they always have, do, and will.

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  • No, corruption exists in all forms of government.

    Corruption is the price we pay for not being involved in our government. It exists in all forms of government. In most forms of government the will of the people is of little concern yet there is corruption. It exists because the people cannot or will not take action to eliminate it. In the US we keep on electing the same corrupt officials over and over. In many instances we vote for corrupt people because we will benefit personally from the corruption. Only when we have an honest and involved voting public will corruption being to be eliminated.

  • Not completely; other factors contribute

    I'd say corruption was more the price we pay for revolution, in which leaders let power go to their heads and begin dealing with detractors inappropriately (Zedong and Josef were two most infamous examples), and definitely for Capitalistic regimes (think about the multinational corporations especially those with an obsessive desire to cut costs at all costs) which are definitely breeding grounds for embezzlers.


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