Corruption is the price we pay for democracy. Discuss
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Answer / mohd imran khan
As said "Corruption is the price we pay for democracy" it
is true words
As we examin all democrative country,corruption rate are
getting hiked and nither we can pravent it, nor
stop.....becouse in the democrative curcomtance wrong
people get very important position in in tha political
places.....most important is that how many people with him
comparesion he is right or wrong........
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Answer / rahul kedia
"Corruption is the price that we pay for democracy"- I do have two school of thought for it..first is that,Corruption is sumthing that is individual act and has nothing to do with democracy..as democracy signifies the importance of unity and equality and never encourages corruption of any form..second is that,the way we are being taught or made to explain our democracy it sends wrong signals and one feels he/she is free to do whtever he/she wishes to do and this encourages corruption.
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Answer / javid
Yes I support this question with reason that now a days
wrong people are being selected in the right position and
as corruption rates are hiking such that they are going to
touch heights in near future.
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