Is Russia getting rid of its corruption?
I don't want a pro-American answer that says "No, russia sucks lolol",
just a true, honest answer from someone who has lived in Russia or a
- DustbindivaLv 76 years agoFavorite Answer
No more government or politician corruption than the U.S. Probably less. I would say the U.S. political system is rife with corruption especially lobbyists but in the U.S. it is legal. In other countries it is not legal.
And why are you singling out Russia. America's new best buddy, the Ukraine, is full of gangsters and oligarchs who take U.S.D. and stuff their pockets. They owe Russia $4 billion and did not pay a penny from the $18 million they got from Obama. The whole cabinet in Ukraine are crooked, thieves, and Nazis.
- Anonymous6 years ago
No. Russia pretends that tries to get rid of corruption.
- KojakLv 76 years ago
Every nation has corruption....every nation tries....to some degree to remove corruption....
I doubt any nation can or will eliminate corruption.....the real question is can corruption be reduced to a level they can tolerate.... corruption produces wealth....wealth produces power....power corrupts....
I doubt Russia or America will get rid of corruption../. but we can always continue to try
- Anonymous4 years ago
If anything, Russia is becoming more corrupt as Putin and his allies become entrenched.Source(s): Burnoatus
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- VinncentLv 76 years ago
In America, you get rid of corruption
In Russia, corruption get rid of you!