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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentCivic Participation · 8 years ago

How can we control over the corruption?


3 Answers

  • Favorite Answer

    You have to start with your local city council and/or mayor... Corruption is ramped at the local level in America.... "Sustainable Development", "Regional Councils of Government", and "Public-Private Partnerships" have paved the way not only for unchecked corruption, but also spread communism/socialism... What you have to do is first get your city/town to say we will not go along with it, then you get the state to say they wont go along with it, and just keep spreading peace, love, truth, and the message of liberty for all...

    DON'T take my word for it...

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  • 8 years ago

    I think every elected official and bureaucrat should be prevented from taking official action on any issue for which they have a conflict of interest. Conflict of interest is hard to define but should include issues which directly benefit themselves or their family. Making such abuses a felony would give local prosecutors the ability to more easily pursue the officials. Holding local officials accountable by participating in government decisions would help but there are so many to watch it is almost impossible. Making disclosure of assets and financial interest would help but not as currently practiced. Full disclosure prior to running for office and vigilant supervision of the disclosure and voting practices of the individual. Many elected officials become quite wealthy while in office we should ask how.

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  • india
    Lv 7
    8 years ago

    In the US, we have to stop equating money with political influence. Our country is slowly going feudal because corporations and rich people hold all the political influence. You can't even run for a high office without a huge personal fortune. We citizens have one measly vote, but corporations can purchase entire elections!

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