Corruption- An outcome of Democracy

Corruption

Corruption is the main outcome of democracy in India.

Favour:
• The fact that the system provides equality to everyone ,from whatsoever background and competency makes it easier to play around loopholes in the Indian Statute
• Democracy not play a direct role to prmote the corruption but it give power to the people who could be non capable and have there own aims and shelfishness.
• Democracy not play a direct role to prmote the corruption but it give power to the people who could be non capable and have there own aims and shelfishness.
• In democratic system a person is chosen by other people.This procedure could be faulty because human being can be motivated trough the means of greed,or fear.

Against:
• The risk of Democracy is a systemic risk ; corruption is a personal equation and holds good or bad depending on an individual’s and organization’s personal value systems. The two should therefore not be construed/ read as a cause- effect relationship.
• Democracy give choice to people to select the leaders on the basis of there capabilty and goodness.If people choose the wrong leaders then that is not the problem with democracy that is the problem with people.

Conclusion:
• The democracy dont support the curruption at all.But the people them selves are greedy and selfish who are motivatd for corruption.America’s Second Great Depression is not a typical 20th century recession that happens to strike a bit harder or linger somewhat longer. Nor is it merely a fictional scenario conjured up by economists with a murky crystal ball.

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One Response

  1. well.. is this written by you?
    even then do take care of spelling mistakes like -shelfishness..
    some points have been repeated.

    nice formatting and superb attempt mr junie!
    too cool!

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