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Corruption and Democracy

Corruption is a natural manifestation of an opportunistic mind. Intriguing it may sound, but evolution has forced us and all living beings to be selfish in nature. Whatever be the situation, our mind always focusses on protecting the self and loved ones first; the primary rule of survival makes all of us too self-centered and greedy, which is another term for being protectionist. It is hard for us to spend our own time and energy for the greater benefit of others, people not related to us. In an indirect democracy, the elected representatives, no matter how popular they are, will always focus on their self-first. Given the fact that there is no direct authority above them, it makes them all the prone to the tentacles of corruption. Add the administrative power to this mix, and it becomes a hot bed where corruption multiplies like a virus thriving in ideal conditions.

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