Corruption is a problem in this world that never seems to get solved
In the contemporary age, political leadership around the world seems to have taken a turn for the worse. Countless politicians, such as Slobodan Milosevic, Petro Poroshenko,Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo and David Cameron demonstrate corruption in power and their sole purpose of ruling a country seems to be squeezing money out of their nations for their own personal gains. It is leadership like this which holds a nation (and its people) back from advancement and yet, despite the wrongdoings whilst in power, leadership of this type never seems to just go away completely from the face of this world.
It seems that if a nation is fortunate or if people of that country can for a change manage to mobilize a positive shift of power, then the best that can be settled for is perhaps only a period of improvement for the country’s status in wealth before corruption poses as if it could just rear its ugly head nationally once again. When a corrupted politician is in government, they have this power which they can exercise to change things around the nation but their motives really cannot be trusted because this politician is just too shady to do so.
In my outlook, what power at the hands of a person like that might do is tarnish the country’s image, its values and its history because it is all at risk of getting influenced by a shady character. A character like that is not supposed to dictate any of that. Also, if let’s say, a nation’s culture supports a corrupted politician to get to or remain in power, then that culture which is a very faulty culture because it only exists to ruin a nation, really needs to be cleaned well and turned good for the benefit of the country. Clearly, in spite of all the development around the world, funnily enough, what is still desperately required is for corruption in power to get more effectively tackled than so far and when something like that is really going to happen is a puzzle that will probably stand the test of time.