Corruption is becoming prevalent all over the world. Corruption hurts economies, people, and governments.
Take it or leave it, corruption is what some religious people should call the "original sin".
This is derived from man's innate propensity to be corrupt, based on the fact that man's natural instinct to survive is essentially a selfish instinct, which often disregards fairness, equity, or equality especially when the environment is harsh, hostile, or life-threatening. And man, by his very nature, has the potential to be selfish, which is the foundation for such social evils like corruption. Regardless, corruption can be and should be eliminated as it destroys societies and humanity.
Corruption is unethical, immoral, and illegal in many societies, religions, and countries. It needs to be stopped. Private organizations, United Nations, and some governments have attempted to stop corruption or at least have tried to prevent it. They have failed, however.
This site is an attempt to expose countries and departments where corruption is taking place.
To fill out an instance of corruption you have experienced yourself or have knowledge of, click the link on the left to share information with the rest of the world.
In addition, if you know of any successful approach that has prevented or reduced corruption, please share it with the rest of the world by clicking the link "Make Suggestions" on the left.
Also, if you know of any published article dealing with corruption and want to share with the rest of the world, click "Share Published Article" on the left.
Also, many government agencies or officials do not care about people and their problems. If you have a problem with any government agency or an official, please report it to us by clicking "File Complaint" link on the left.
January 18, 2014
Axact, a company in Karachi, Pakistan, is selling fake college degrees to US citizens and other people around the world. Innocent people spend their hard-earned cash on those degrees and in return they face prison time. It is Axact in Karachi, Pakistan. IF ANYONE IS AWARE OF THIS COMPANY SELLING FAKE DEGREE OR OTHER COMPANIES DOING THE SAME THING, PLEASE E-MAIL US AT THE LINK ABOVE.
By PTI | 16 Nov, 2014, 06.58PM
BRISBANE: G20 leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today vowed to implement an anti-corruption action plan as part of a drive against the use of shell companies and trusts to engage in tax evasion and money laundering. "We endorse the 2015-16 G20 Anti-Corruption plan that will support growth and resilience," the leaders said in a communique released at the end of the two-day summit. A set of principles for governments to follow that aims to make it easier to find out who is the beneficial owner of entities which are stated to facilitate hundreds of billions of dollars in illicit financial flows was unveiled by the G20 and contained in annexures to the communique. "Our actions are building cooperation and networks, including to enhance mutual legal assistance, recovery of the proceeds of corruption and denial of safe haven to corrupt officials," the communique said. .. We commit to improve the transparency of the public and private sectors, and of beneficial ownership by implementing the G20 High-Level Principles on Beneficial Ownership Transparency," it said. The anti-corruption plan seeks to ensure investments by corporates or individuals and the details of it are shared between developing and developed countries. G20 host and Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott said the initiative will be operational in the next three years. "My understanding is, it starts now and we will build up over the next couple of years," he told reporters. "In 2014, corruption remains a very significant threat to global growth and financial stability," said a G20 2014 -- Brisbane anti-Corruption update, adding that "there is a clear link between illicit financial flows and company structures." The G20 countries recognised that bribery imposes a heavy price on the public and private ..
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BRISBANE: G20 leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today vowed to implement an anti-corruption action plan as part of a drive against the use of shell companies and trusts to engage in tax evasion and money laundering. "We endorse the 2015-16 G20 Anti-Corruption plan that will support growth and resilience," the leaders said in a communique released at the end of the two-day summit. A set of principles for governments to follow that aims to make it ea .. Read more at: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/45168078.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst
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