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Synonyms for corrupt

Synonyms for corrupt

utterly reprehensible in nature or behavior

marked by dishonesty, especially in matters of public trust

ruthlessly seeking personal advantage

to make morally impure

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make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence

place under suspicion or cast doubt upon

alter from the original

lacking in integrity

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not straight

containing errors or alterations

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touched by rot or decay

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Responsibility mechanisms by which political corruption is exposed, analyzed, and penalized are vital.
For so many reasons, the people were disenchanted with BJP, she said adding the so called "party with a difference" had been fully exposed and its "double standards" on corruption and political corruption are more than apparent to the people.
The Cabinet has passed the draft of the treason bill, which will be entitled Political Corruption Law, to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces on Wednesday.
The amended Treachery Act - which was originally drafted in 1952 following the revolution - aimed to criminalize former regime officials in cases of political corruption.
The current study has extended past research by elucidating institutional mechanisms that are designed to prevent corruption, the causes and consequences of corruption, the types and dimensions of corruption in the world, the nature of corruption within states, and the seriousness of political corruption.
This review looks at Political Corruption and Sexual Discrimination.
Tonight, Cal (Tim Roth) becomes entangled in a case of political corruption when a reporter is killed chasing a story about a councillor running for mayor.
They want either a strong government capable of standing up to political corruption and dealing with their incessant day to day problems, or else the country can do without a cabinet for ever, Ayyoub added.
Prominent politician and Ja'fari theologian, MP Iyad Jamal ul-Deen sees political corruption, and not terrorism, is the biggest challenge facing his country.
America's current road transportation system is beset with traffic congestion, unsafe conditions, high costs, political corruption, environmental degradation, pork barrel pet projects and much more.
Exit polls also showed that "culture war" issues were far down on voters' lists of priorities, swamped by the war in Iraq, terrorism and political corruption.
CAIRO The big surprise of last month's marathon Ramadan TV viewing was audacious Syrian soaps dealing with controversial subjects ranging from political corruption and adultery to drugs and violence.
Others were less single-minded than Romney, but no less oblivious to real moral issues like poverty, political corruption, climate change, war, or torture.
Brazilian Finance Minister Antonio Palocci has stepped down, under pressure from a political corruption scandal.
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