i would like to rephrase my question - "Which country is the most corrupted country in your opinion? "
i think people in pakistan have less faith in government because all the leaders are corrupt including the president. i think zardari should be jailed for crimes against humanity.Assuming they were both uncorrupted at t=0, which has become more corrupted since?
what do you think ?
Well Pakistan is a brave ally in the international coalition of the willing in the war on terrorism (no really)
And India is a vital trading partner and a great democracy (apparently)
And you can get McDonalds in both of them (although neither are very nice)
Crimes against humanity is not a very serious crime now-a-days. Also it depends on which sect of the humanity.i think people in pakistan have less faith in government because all the leaders are corrupt including the president. i think zardari should be jailed for crimes against humanity.
Vajpayee and Bush are sitting in a bar. A guy walks in and asks the barman, "Isn't that Bush and Vajpayee?".
The barman says "Yes, thats them."
So the guy walks over and says,"Hello, what are u guys doing?"
Bush says, "We're planning world war 3"
Guy says, "Really? What's going to happen?"
Vajpayee says, "Well, we're going to kill 14 million Pakistanis and one bicycle repairman."
The guy exclaimed, "Why a bicycle repairman?!!!
" Vajpayee turns to Bush and says, " See, I told you no-one would worry about the 14 million Pakistanis!"
There's a lot more to global commerce than shiny toys, and we've been partnering with India for decades. We're as entrenched with them, economically, as we are with Japan, S. Korea, China, and Europe.But it doesn't buy many shiny defense toys from us, isn't really a threat and is far too big to invade - so overall basically ignored.
http://tribune.com.pk/story/83828/wikileaks-cables-dirty-politicians-and-enriched-uranium/Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed said:[Zardari] is dirty but not dangerous [and (former) prime minister (Nawaz) Sharif is] dangerous but not dirty – this is Pakistan.
i some how doubt that. ISI and zardari are equally dirty. well lets hope for Pakistan's sake, they are headed in the right directionAccording to at least a few of my ex-pat friends, the Pakistani military is viewed as being the relatively clean, relatively secular bedrock of Pakistani society, and has acted as a Praetorian Guard ready to step in should the civilian leadership step out of line. I'm not sure what role their intelligence service (the ISI) plays, but they don't apparently always act in concert.
This is not acceptable per our guidelines.i would like to rephrase my question - "Which country is the most corrupted country in your opinion? "
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