Reply to "Corruption Remains Entrenched in Guyana"

Lemme cut and paste a teeny-weeny puny piece: 

“Despite the loud talk, new policing laws and institutions, no dent in corruption has been noticed. It is as pervasive as it was in the past, though less noticeable because there is less government spending.”

Past = Jagdeo+Ramotar Reign

Now, this problem is so endemic, I think it resides in ordinary people's bones. As soon as a layman in Guyana gets entangled with the law, his natural instinct is to bribe the police. If the matter reaches court, he is willing to fork out more money to bribe court functionaries from bottom to top.

Now, many businessmen are notorious bribers. They bribe police, court officials, customs officers, strategic public servants, and they offer unrejectable "gifts" to politicians in government. Is who yuh think "spoilt" dem previously lean-and-clean PPP ministers? Is businessmen like BK and da crook-n-thug Annand Persaud who bin own Strand Cinema and who bin a PNC supporta befo dat.

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