Fighting Corruption is not a matter of Legislation;
What a good news when this statement comes from a stateman.
Mr.ABHISIT VEJJAJIVA, Prime minister of Thailand, raised his voice this morning during the leadership forum of the 14th International Anti-Corruption Conference in Bangkok (Thailand), to call for actions from his counterparts around the world.
This is in reaction to some attitudes that have been observed in many countries around the world. In many countries, many laws are voted and are even accompanied by some Anti-corruption bodies, but there is no result on the state of corruption.
States should then take actions and let the fight against corruption be an effective one. This is possible through laws enforcement and not more.
Anti-corruption legislations must be enforced, procecution must be carried out in case of corruption, and those who are guilty must be effectively sanctioned.
GYAC Leaders present in Bangkok are completely in line with this position.
What do you think can be the role of the youth in making this law enforcement be a reality in our countries as far as the fight against corruption is concerned?