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Nonviolence Organization: Illegal immigration is a clear aspect of administrative and financial corruption in the countries expelling the population


On the International Anti-Corruption Day, the International Non-violence Organization, Free Muslim, stressed that corruption is an intractable phenomenon whose repercussions have resulted in critical problems that many people suffer from.
The organization stated in a statement received by Shia Waves, that “the international community commemorates on the ninth of December the International Anti-Corruption Day, one of the intractable phenomena whose repercussions have resulted in critical problems that many people and countries suffer from. In addition to a noticeable violation of the basic rights of the population, as illegal immigration shows a clear aspect of the phenomenon of administrative and financial corruption in the countries expelling the population, as well as the spread of the phenomena of fighting, racism and the absence of a fair distribution of wealth.”
It added that the political repercussions of corruption, such as abuse of position and tyranny, are among the most prominent problems that some people suffer from, especially in the Middle East.
The organization stated that, as international human rights organizations participate in the revival of this occasion, it calls for intensifying efforts and codifying effective measures to combat the phenomenon of corruption, and to search seriously to establish the rules to combat it by obligating major countries to abide by international laws and agreements that require the fight against corruption, especially with regard to authoritarian and repressive states and other regimes known for violating legal and human rights.

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