Corruption is undoubtedly one of the key governance problems of the region. As in much of the rest of the world, corruption in Eastern Europe and the CIS has gone from being a well-known secret to a topic that is widely acknowledged and discussed; however, discussion is most often in generalities, without focusing on realistic solutions. Many countries of the region suffer from high levels of public corruption that frequently undermine efforts at administrative reform and impede the development of governmental capacity to fulfil state responsibilities.
Project: Anti-Corruption Practitioners Network (ACPN)
All bloggers that are trying to raise awareness on the harms of psych-drugs are fighting corruption and nobody notices it.
I don't know what else can I do and thinking that Obama has received money from the pharmas to his campaign makes me think how hard it is, if not impossible to raise awareness about the extent that the pharmaceutical industry is corrupting politicians, physicians and all the consortium and making people sick instead of improving health.
Nobody seems to care and I didn't see a single phrase at the UNODC or UNDP site about pharmaceutical industry. I would like to know what is the country that is corruption-free. It funny to see that all the countries that are listed as corrupt are far away from the western standard and the measures citizens must take are not related to politicians.
Sad. We keep the fight no matter what.