Corruption in Jordan [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted on April 5, 2012



The anti-corruption commission is not doing the right job at all; we want this ridiculous play to finish, and start a new era of reform and fight against corruption. Citizens can no longer tolerate corruption. They want the corrupt who steal public funds punished. No one is above the law.

Some officials seemingly remain immune to prosecution, due to the power their tribes wield, or foreign connections, or the power of money they pay here and there. King Abdullah II has said he will do whatever it takes to uproot corruption, but he faces an uphill battle to eradicate the deeply infested phenomenon.

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Posted in: Jordan