A recent survey by the anti-corruption watchdog group Transparency International showed there is rising resentment worldwide against corruption. Two out of three people in the survey said ordinary people can make a difference in curbing corruption; in fact, they emphasized that “people power” is more effective than government and organizational initiatives in fighting corruption.
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