Do you consider too many laws are reflection of level of corruption?

@ssh123 (31104)
India
July 11, 2007 12:36am CST
I consider it so, because if the laws are complicated, it leads to corruption and because of corruption, the prevention of it requires too many laws.
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@williamjisir (22909)
• China
11 Jul 07
Oh, my. I quite agree with you. If there haven't been so many bad things against the laws, how can they think of so many complicated laws to prevent people from doing bad things again? The laws are really based on what have happened, otherwise how can make so many laws? Thanks for your post.
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@ssh123 (31104)
• India
12 Jul 07
Corruption begets corruption. Having paid the money below the table, the payers would like to recover that money in the same means or someother undesirable means. It is a vicious circle. It is there in our lives times immemorial.
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@ssh123 (31104)
• India
12 Jul 07
Your response has been given BR. I would like to know at what level the corruption is visible in China. At Grassroots?
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• China
12 Jul 07
Corruption exists in every country. There is no exception in any country. Corruption could be in the form of any kind. lol.
@rladiga00 (1166)
• India
12 Jul 07
If people are responsible that country does not require too many laws. Corruption is a infectious disease, should be removed by roots.
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@ssh123 (31104)
• India
12 Jul 07
I agree with your response and thanks for interesting response.