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Jaime Mogollón Michilot

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How we can fight the corruption in developing nations?

In most of this nation, corruption have an economic and social dimension. What we can do for decrease the corruption. Mr. Mather have an interesting solution. What do you think?

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    Oct 5 2013: Well Jaime ! Shaffi was welcomed because he came up with a new unique idea to fight against corruption. But, before adopting such ideas, we must analysis all the factors as far as we can. For example, see following TED Conversation that doubts on Shaffi's idea for being practical -

    http://www.ted.com/conversations/5352/is_shaffi_mather_s_idea_for_fi.html

    Doubt 1) People involved in corruption may join together and can be the reason of violence, like Mafia.
    Doubt 2) What if Shaffi's profit organization gets bribed?

    -----I think i have an Idea :D -------------
    My Idea begins with creating a mash kind of network of interested citizens.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/71316549@N06/10098893106/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/71316549@N06/10098858055/

    Where everyone is being watched by other one. A group of volunteers may create a Non-Profitable organization (not NGOs, coz NGOs deals with politics or international issues). This can be the first network to take initiative. But, I recommand, this organization must not be on the basis of organizational structure, No senior No junior ! Every Volunteer will be connected to other volunteer. Every volunteer will have same badge and will be appointed to a his/her township. Volunteer will be given a 'Book of Anti-Corruption' laws and his/her duties under circumstances.

    Every volunteer will make aware to every people of his/her township and guide them to contact him in case any face corruption. As soon as incident happens, concern volunteer will be informed by acquitted and he will inform to all other volunteers. They all together will directly approach Anti-corruption Government body , media, etc. and ofcourse the accused will be warned by volunteers :)

    Well, because the public itself will be involved, the government bodies ( or representative) will be under the pressure. I think this way the corruption can be rooted out...

    So, finally Jamie , this is just an idea may not be correct or upto the mark ! What do you say.. ?

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