He said that altering tax rules to avoid tax arrangements like creative accounting applied by Amazon is regarded as a big duty. The main problem is that “what is sold here” and “what is sold 'into' here”. The answer is to deem distance sales people as residents in British relating to their sales made here, which can be an important problem to take on. In conclusion, this online retailer exploited the Luxembourg loophole for tax avoidance. The creative accounting practices of Amazon is not illegal, but this company has been seriously criticized by consumers, politicians and other retailers about the tax payment it pays to HM Revenue & Customs in British.
When the government gets into the private information of citizens, it shows disrespect, and this can cause significant harm to the individuals. Citizens who suffer such excesses by their governments lean towards civil disobedience and engage governments in protests. The management of reputation is essential for every individual. The citizens effectively manage their reputations when their information is private, and they are not prone to access to others. It is in the standings that the social boundaries of individuals find protection.
Many will name different and more political reasons as to what the causes of “congressional gridlocking” is. My answer isn’t as political. I believe that one of the reasons for inaction is that congress is too stubborn. I believe that the government should learn to evolve and create new rules or balances to help pass laws to fix demanding issues. A more political solution or way to put it, I guess, is to use an example I found during my research.
During the birth of our government, our country’s leaders promised our democracy would be the government of the people, by the people, and for the people. (Bernie Sanders) In our current society, it has been said that our political campaign finance system is corrupt and primarily controlled by billionaires, wealthy donors, and corporations. Many say our government has strayed from the original democracy that our country was built upon. Despite this claim, if monetary restrictions for campaigning were set then there would be controversy due to wealthy supporters and corporations wanting to support political candidates. Millionaires and wealthy organizations might come together to form super PACs.
Consequently, the contingency theory does not fully describe Ellen Sirleaf`s leadership as a president. The theory suggests that the leader should employ critical thinking in solving dilemmas. The application of contingency theory in leadership of country like in Ellen`s case could in this case lead to failure. Presidential position requires the use of advisers who help in making consultations before making a decision (Chapparamani & Jyothi, 2011). This is because the decision made have effects on many people compared to individual decisions.
Corruption diverts funds intended to provide essential services Corrupted officials represent a major hindrance to governments’ ability to meet the basic needs of its citizens. Corruption diverts funds intended to provide essential services such as health care, education, clean water, sanitation and housing. Kickbacks for people in power can result in far less needed projects being given priority. 7. Corruption undermines democracy and governance The concept of the public trust relates back to the origins of democratic government and its idea that within the public lays the true power and future of a society.
SLBs, as defined by Lipsky (1980), are public servants who directly interact with citizens on the behalf of the government (i.e. those who work on the frontlines) and use their discretion in the implementation of policy, which in turn effects how the public experiences and understands a political act. Although SLBs may not always be involved in the formal creation of public policy, they are integral in how the policy is implemented, shaped, modified, and experienced.5,6 SLBs are often faced with serious restrictions, such as limited resources and high volume of clients, which directly influence their ability to provide proper services.7 Consequently, the flawed circumstances under which SLBs must work cause them to develop coping mechanisms. Coping mechanisms are behaviours or practices that help SLBs manage the limitations and stress they
Pressure groups are defined as a group of people who seek to exert pressure on legislators, public opinion, and others in order to promote their own ideas or welfare (Dictionary, 2014). In contrast to common confusion, pressure groups are not equally the same as political parties as pressure groups do not seek to occupy any position in the government or to compete in elections. Although it is commonly heard and seen in the news on the relations of pressure groups and political parties, this situation happens as pressure groups would pressurise political parties in order to implement changes to the government policy in accordance with their own agenda. According to Aliran (2014), there are various pressure groups which are active in advocating
Of course this country is not safe, many crises happen and of course away from the word prosperous. If a state wants the prosperity, the state needs a system that regulates the behavior of society, and the system we call "law". Therefore, in all countries have applicable law. But what if the law is not fair? It would invite a feud between the people and the law
Keywords: corruption, hierarchy, external control Fighting corruption in Malaysia The issue of corruption is widespread in Malaysia society. Even public organizations are not a clean zone. Most public organization in Malaysia have been encountered this problem.