The Importance Of Corruption In Egypt

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This essay mainly talks about Egypt and how can it be called a powerful country. It also talks about the ups and downs of Egypt. In this essay you will start to notice what makes a country powerful and what can slow a countries development down. What really makes a country powerful? Is it the army? The Economy? Education? Egypt has three things that still make it stand proud, its unstoppable army, agriculture, tourism, and the Suez Canal. The Suez Canal was one of the main reasons for Egypt’s income. Egypt is taking advantage of the fact that they are an important transportation method for ships. Following Egypt’s disgrace because of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, the newly elected leader prioritized the country’s economy, which has been…show more content…
Egypt is considered one of the countries that have a high level of corruption. The high level of corruption is believed to have slowed down development. Impact of corruption is very hard on public life. This is more of awkward and defaming condition than being problematic. But it appears that the corruption is really popular and unstoppable. Further the people involved in corruption seem to be hiding themselves by blaming others. Even they are proud of themselves as they made more money in short time. To worsen the condition further, those involved in corruption are able to get better promotions and opportunities. Corruption is the fierce enemy that permeates our society, devouring our resources. It works in the dark to destroy our lives. Corruption is the disease that isdeep in the body of society, to blight and exhaust it. The Egyptian Penal Code does not define the crime of corruption. Rather, it limits it to the concept of bribery. I believe that the impact of corruption is greater than be limited to one crime such as bribery. Corruption among citizens is also widespread in Egypt, for many reasons, including the policies that have been practiced by governments across the different eras, the wide gap in income. This is another reason why Egypt isn’t powerful. The unequal income distribution has resulted in very high poverty rates in Egypt. According to a research done in 2011, 26.3% of Egyptians live below the poverty

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