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Combating corruption for democracy

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Uploaded on Dec 9, 2010

Corruption undermines democratic institutions by excluding citizens who refuse to pay public officials for preferential treatment. Corruption also distorts market economies by creating an uneven playing field that unfairly favors firms that pay bribes to do business. Ultimately, corruption prevents inclusive sustainable development by contributing to a system in which political and economic gains are based on favors rather than merit.

Transparent decision-making promotes accountability in public officials and business leaders. That requires the same principled behavior of democratic governance. This video highlights clips from Greg Levedev, Boris Begovic, Judy Shelton, and Betty Maina at CIPE's Democracy that Delivers event. For more information, visit www.democracythatdelivers.org.

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