Explanation This 3 Study of Corruption Version Bambang Widjojanto

Explanation This 3 Study of Corruption Version, Bambang Widjojanto

KPK deputy chairman Bambang Widjoyanto has its own definition of corruption.

"There are at least three kinds of corruption," said Bambang when giving a public lecture entitled'' Culture of Corruption'' on the campus of the University of Padjadjaran, Jatinangor, Sumedang District, Wednesday, October 10, 2012.


Three types of corruption is corruption is forced, forced corruption, and corruption forced. Corruption had was a situation where a person has no recourse because of forced necessity. "It is often the case in the weak economy," he said.


Which is more dangerous, Bambang continued, forcing the corruption that is usually done by the officials and the rich. This type of corruption permissiveness toward keserakakahan triggered.


While the most dangerous is systemic corruption prevalent in the new order. According to Bambang, this is political corruption which utilizes the public authority to issue regulations keptusan and justify corruption.


In a public lecture, Bambang also invite students to watch movies anticorruption titled "Happy Spot, Risa" by Ine Febriyanti. Learning from the film, breathing man who works as a lawyer is to invite the community to build a family that does not tolerate any form of corruption.


"If permissive how her family could not bear to later corruption. Production even just partially aided crime family," he said.


Bambang also called on the head of a family or potential head of the family to be aware of peer group aka the kids play outside. Because the results of several studies suggest peer group replaces the family incest role. Whereas permissive and corrupt attitude also often transmitted through the peer group.


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