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Corruption in Nepal: Is It Becoming Socially Acceptable?

Written by Rezwan On 26 March 2014 @ 3:53 am | No Comments

In Citizen Media, Development, English, Governance, Nepal, Politics, Protest, Quick Reads, South Asia

People are angry and tired, and media houses often publish news about the connection between political leaders and goons but no one takes to the streets to protest corruption – an anomaly for a country where people have Nepal Bandhs, country-wide strikes for every distress.

Siromani Dhungana [1] posts an analysis on United We Blog! for a Democratic Nepal highlighting that corruption in Nepal is becoming mainstream and acceptable.

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[1] Siromani Dhungana: http://blog.com.np/2014/03/05/an-analysis-of-corruption-in-nepal-is-it-becoming-socially-acceptable/

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