Eliminate corruption is it possible?
During recent months the investigation issues of corruption have arisen in a number of countries and resulted in apprehensions of senior officials have been reported in the different media.
Millions of dollars have been withdrawn from the state and millions of opportunities have been lost to invest in education, health, agriculture, poverty reduction, among others that truly benefit society In general Â and not Â like the investments they make concentrated on empty infrastructures and meaningless projects, which lack clear objectives that positively impact the welfare of all and that aim to achieve the country vision that we must have. Many investments are only made to fulfill one main objective: to satisfy the pockets of a few at the cost of harming the quality of life of the majority.
We wonder: Is it possible to eliminate a corruption? It becomes a very difficult task, not impossible to the extent that we appeal to the rescue of values ââas the fundamental root of our model of life, complemented by a political will that bets on the search for the common interests. Likewise, we must promote investments in education, offer training to teachers so that they can transmit a better education that promotes values ââsuch as integrity, respect for the laws and love of our country.
It is useless to create more administrative controls that prevent corruption; it is easier and more effective to choose the promotion of values ââand strengthening education as a preventive measure, which in turn contributes to economic, social and economic development of the country.
I conclude my humble opinion on this subject with a phrase of Plato: “A man with anÂ education is a divine creature; But without it is the fiercest of animals. Education and teaching improve the good and make good the bad. “