Thursday, December 9, 2010

International Anti-Corruption Day

On 31 October 2003, the United Nation General Assembly adopted the Convention against Corruption which became effective in December 2005.

                         Credit: UNDOC

In order to raise awareness of Corruption and of the role of the Convention in combating and preventing it, the U.N General Assembly has declared that 9 December as the International Anti-Corruption Day.

I hope that the government, the parliament, the judicial bodies and the Corruption fighters in Indonesia would increase their efforts to eradicate Corruption in Indonesia.  

Source :  United Nations website.


julicavero said...

come on we have to fight the corruption...

colson said...

A good day for to ask "Am I absolutely immune, am I under no circumstance corruptible?".

Well, personally I definitely hope so - but I'm not absolutely sure.

Bali Deals said...

Corruption exists almost everywhere but it is stubbornly entrenched in the poorer countries of Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, Latin America, former Soviet Union countries and is deep-rooted in many of the newly industrialized and emerging countries as well including Indonesia.

ReBorn said...

I hope everyone understands the meaning of anti-corruption, because not only money that can be corrupted.

akhatam said...

Beat UP the Corruptor!!! :Dp:/

TUKANG CoLoNG said...

berkuranglah korupsi negeri kita

H. Nizam said...

Yes we should fight corruption.

Corruption can be interpreted broadly to include not just related to money but also the use of time, facilities etc. that are given to us based on our position/power

@Bali Deals,
I am glad to see you back.
Yes corruption flourished in developing countries like Indonesia

I am glad to see you again.
You are right, not only money can be corrupted but also time, facility etc.

Yes we should beat and defeat corruption.

Korupsi dinegara kita memang harus dikurangi secara drastis.

lirik video said...

i hate corruptor

aciid !!!!!! said...

cba dperlakukan ukuman mati :)
psti gda tuh namana korupsi :D

Kiwi Riverman's Blogesphere said...

We have a former MP in prison for corruption - the first case in our history here in NZ.

H. Nizam said...

@Lirik Video,
I am very glad to hear that.

Dalam UU Pemberantasan Korupsi hukuman mati dimungkinkan.

I thought there is no corruption in New Zealand.

DS. Utomo said...

Mas Harry, your kitchen secret is always interesting !

Elia said...

corruption in Indonesia will not expire in 100 years because it is fun.
And there must be a willed it to continue

Anonymous said...

Moga makin banyak yang sadar dan anti korupsi :)

H. Nizam said...

@Pak Utomo,
I am very glad that you like the secret of my 'kitchen'.

Let us hope that our leaders will soon have very strong political will to eradicate corruption.

Iya, mudah2an korupsi akan segera berkurang.

family said...

Corruption exists almost everywhere