The debate "Capitalism isn't the problem corruption is the problem" was started by
May 26, 2014, 7:14 am.
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tkershaw3, DRockBaker, AlexLovesBenihime, echofrommadiun, Bailz, zelda42o, Mriduljain, strawberryfieldsforever, DeWthaDeW, Mikey2k, invincible_01, Superr1fifty, Egert_Clueless, Jake, milimehta068, l2lll, Jimmy_123, pretty_twin, AnkGanu, sdiop, Austin7779 and 9 visitors agree.
1 visitor disagrees.
Capitalism or democracy doesn’t matter. We shouldn’t force other countries to have the same idealism. It depends on the citizens and the country’s background itself. What causes a problem for a country is corruption. In South Korea, there was a minister who admitted to have done a corruption and he left his current job as a minister. That’s a gentleman. Anyway, corruption which has been spread out is a big homework to be solved.