The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.

Albert Einstein

The word corruption is derived from the Latin word “corruptus” meaning to break. It accentuates the destructive effect of corruption on society. Lebanese society is a victim of a corrupted institutional system that has pervaded every vein of its device. Corruption is a common burden that requires a united riposte in order to build a healthier and more transparent foundation. Public unconsciousness and an inert judicial system lay at its roots. Our society needs dedicated and tenacious elected officials to stave the political and judicial system off abuse. To that extent, the idea of impunity must be deconstructed from the public opinion’s mind.

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