- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
I don't think that executions is a good way to end corruptions. China is in fact one of the most corrupted places in the world, even with executions. I believe Hong Kong sets a good example in eliminating corruption. In Hong Kong the Independent Commission Against Corruption was established by the Governor in the 70s after a surge in public pressure to stop corruption. With public support and a strong stance on the administration's side, the Hong Kong ICAC has made Hong Kong one of the most corruption-free territory in the world, even after the handover to China. And a major part of this success attributes to the people's understanding that corruption erodes that economy.
The commission has a website, so you can go and have a look.
- Henry BLv 51 decade ago
You could do like they do in China. Execute them.