Ashraf Ghani: we should name and shame corrupt members of the government
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What hope for Afghanistan? Most Afghans feel that their country is sliding in the wrong direction. The outside world is increasingly vocal about the threat of insurgency, the menace of narcotics, and the crisis of governance. Our predicament is captured in our drop—from 117th in 2005 to 176th in 2008—on Transparency International’s corruption index, and our rise from 11th to 7th on the failed states index.
But these indices do not reflect the determination both inside and outside the country…
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