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Ethics - Moral law vs. Criminal law

M

maris

The following are possible solutions:

  • File administrative and criminal cases on erring public servants and private individuals engaged in graft and corruption.
  • Fire all government employees engaged in graft and corruption.
  • Ensure that the legal and judicial system reinforces the political will of the executive branch to wipe out corruption.
  • Examine the compensation and incentive structure of all government agencies and link these to exemplary performance and integrity.
  • Create a program in government TV and radio dedicated, 24/7, to the topic of eradicating corruption including highlighting the stories of government officials and agencies, civil society organizations, businesses, and individuals who have successfully stopped corruption.
  • Create a 24/7 hotline dedicated to addressing citizens’ complaints regarding any form of corruption in any institution, ensuring an immediate response to these complaints, and reporting to the general public on what action has been taken to stop cases of alleged or actual corruption.
  • Encourage journalists in tri-media, including bloggers in the Internet, to report cases of corruption or stories of successful struggles against corruption.
 

Ajit Basrur

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The following are possible solutions:

  • File administrative and criminal cases on erring public servants and private individuals engaged in graft and corruption.
  • Fire all government employees engaged in graft and corruption.
  • Ensure that the legal and judicial system reinforces the political will of the executive branch to wipe out corruption.
  • Examine the compensation and incentive structure of all government agencies and link these to exemplary performance and integrity.
  • Create a program in government TV and radio dedicated, 24/7, to the topic of eradicating corruption including highlighting the stories of government officials and agencies, civil society organizations, businesses, and individuals who have successfully stopped corruption.
  • Create a 24/7 hotline dedicated to addressing citizens’ complaints regarding any form of corruption in any institution, ensuring an immediate response to these complaints, and reporting to the general public on what action has been taken to stop cases of alleged or actual corruption.
  • Encourage journalists in tri-media, including bloggers in the Internet, to report cases of corruption or stories of successful struggles against corruption.
maris,

Why do you copy the contents from Nicanor Perlas and show as if you have written ?

All the sentences that you have mentioned can be found HERE
 
Blast from the past!

This morning, when I looked at Who's on line, I noticed that more than ten guests and about 5 or 6 web spiders were viewing this thread. I wonder what is going on to spark their searches. Every other day I've checked the list there have been zero viewers or at most one or two, including the web spiders.
 
Three and one half years since the last post in this thread. Anyone encountering issues with ETHICS today? How about the foot-dragging at GM? How about the recent big bank fines? How about giant food recalls because of contaminated food?

As quality professionals, we are the first line of defense against products or services causing injury to customers. What happened at the organizations that the system went so long before ultimately acknowledging a problem existed and took steps to correct or ameliorate the consequences? Why? What "should" have happened? Was there venality or greed involved, or was this just a case of frightened employees too afraid to point out the emperor wasn't wearing clothes?
 
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