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Transcript of Corruption
is when political decision-makers
use the political power they
are armed with, to sustain their power, status and wealth"
What is corruption
According to The Oxford Dictionary, corruption is "Dishonest or fraudulent conduct by those in power, typically involving bribery".Corruption is seen in many areas.
Types of Corruption
Occurs at a smaller scale and within established social frameworks and governing norms. Examples include the exchange of small improper gifts or use of personal connections to obtain favors. This form of corruption is particularly common in developing countries and where public servants are significantly underpaid.
Corruption occurring at the highest levels of government in a way that requires significant subversion of the political, legal and economic systems. Such corruption is commonly found in countries with authoritarian or dictatorial governments but also in those without adequate policing of corruption.
Corruption In Sports
FIFA was seen involved in a corruption scandal regarding the selection of Qatar as World Cup host for the year 2022
Corruption and Fraud in Medicine
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Corruption and fraud in this area can be seen in the following ways:
Unwanted results are not shown by companies
Medical journals bias
Cheat insurance companies
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"Judicial corruption refers to corruption related misconduct of judges, through receiving or giving bribes, improper sentencing of convicted criminals, bias in the hearing and judgement of arguments and other such misconduct."
This type of corruption is primarily done in developing countries where the executive branch has most of the power.
Examples of Political Corruption in 2013
Former Texas Judge Sentenced on Racketeering Charges
City Councilman Man Sentenced for Failure to File Tax Returns
Former Congressman and Wife Sentenced
Former Indiana Law Enforcement Officials Sentenced on Conspiracy, Tax and Money Laundering Charges
Former Missouri Public Official Sentenced on Mail Fraud and Tax Charges
Florida Contractors Sentenced for Paying Bribes
Former New Jersey School Administrator Sentenced for Bribery Scheme
Former Head of Dallas Crime Stoppers Sentenced on Conspiracy and Tax Convictions
Former Pennsylvania State Senator Sentenced on Mail Fraud and Tax Charges
Maryland County Developer Sentenced for Extortion and Tax Evasion
Insurance Broker Sentenced for Bribery, Kickback, Fraud and Perjury
Owner of Military Support Services Company Sentenced for Failing to Report Millions in Income
Former Texas Sheriff Sentenced for Money Laundering
Corruption in this branch is often seen as:
This is the trailer a movie about Judicial Corruption. Specifically about the 2008 scandal "Kids for Cash'
Bribery to international organizations
Result fixing for mutual benefit
Political corruption is done in several different ways, some are:
Bribery:"the act or practice of giving or taking a bribe"
Extortion:"the crime of getting money from someone by the use of force or threats"
cronyism:"the unfair practice by a powerful person (such as a politician) of giving jobs and other favors to friends"
embezzlement:"to steal money that you have been trusted with"
FIFA president who is
involved in the Qatar corruption scandal.
Political corruption not only leads to the misallocation of resources, but it manipulates the manner in which decisions are made.
Medical corruption is basically the crime where medical institutions and personnel use their power for private gain which is most commonly, in this field, extra money
(centre-back for Atletico Nacional and the Colombian national team
Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria
(Colombian drug dealer and leader of the Medellin cartel)