Our country is facing a stream of crises, ranging from the political divide, new threats of another round of economic meltdown, disparity between the rich and poor, and across-the-board consumerism. On top of that is a corruption crisis which is triggering red-alert alarm bells.
Students show off their anti-corruption buttons to demonstrate their staunch support for antigraft campaigns. THITI WANNAMONTHA
Most of us are well aware of the corruption problem which stands as a major threat to the country. Despite huge efforts by graftbuster agencies to curb corruption, Thailand has been poorly rated by the Transparency International with scores in the range of 3.2 to 3.7 over the past 10 years. Meantime, corruption has become increasingly serious.
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