Corruption is inevitable in politics.

Corruption has been a social stigma for years. We blame corruption in bureaucracy for underdevelopment. Is corruption a necessity and inevitable or can we think of a corruption free society?

 

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    Corruption is inevitable in politics.

    Yes because... No because...

    Ofcourse we can 'think' of a corruption-free & perfect society

    Thomas More wrote 'utopia' thinking of that very thing.

    Of course, I can imagine a way to avoid dehydration, called "getting a glass of water from the tap". Does that mean I will inevitably die thirsty?

    Corruption is inevitable in politics.

    Yes because... No because...

    On a serious note, we have to keep an ideal standard/bar

    to accomplish 'better/improved/ameliorated' systems of government.
    Whether we reach perfection is irrelevant, what matters is aiming-for-it/growing , and thus not being mired in static/stable mediocrity.

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