Facing the corruption crisis

To solve a critical problem, one has to first face up to it.

This nation now faces a critical problem in the corruption crisis. And the Government refuses to see its ugly effects, denies its pervasive existence, and launches nasty verbal attacks on anyone who speaks of it as a monstrous crisis.

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