Honey at the tip of the tongue: corruption in the third world
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Corruption is a cancer spoiling the society. It inhibits the developed and developing nations to rise above and turn into developed nations. The developing countries are struggling to tackle the issue of corruption. This indeed affects the development of projects and impacts the grassroots by depriving the marginalised of essential benefits. The objective of this paper is to provide a descriptive analysis on international corruption, curbing legislations existing in the world today. It is argued here that corruption needs to be curbed at all cost. This article also proposes suggestions on how this issue may be resolved. The authors contend that a single set of legislation against corruption is not the answer to this exacerbating problem in the third world.
Corruption , Developing countries , Third world
Wisham, I. & Muneeza, A. (2011). Honey at the tip of the tongue: corruption in the third world. Malayan Law Journal, 3, pp. lxvii-lxxviii.
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