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is a form of corruption. It is the offering and receiving of any item of value; money property or advantage, its aim is to influence the action of any official. This unethical practice has become so widespread that it’s difficult to get rid of it. Therefore, governments must do their best to eradicate it first, a well implemented system of law should be implemented in order to prevent bribery, also, and bribers must be punished severely so that they will become examples for the others. In addition, companies have to sign commitment contracts which they promise not to break the law .fur there more, work of public officials, must be inspected regularly in order to ensure that they don’t receive any bribe. I Think that when regulatory controls are strict, official are afraid of committing such offences. However, when they feel that no one is controlling their action, they will commit more and more crimes.
To sum up, I would say that no nation will develop or prosper if it doesn’t fight this dangerous phenomenon urgently .also I wish all citizens contributed in this battle so as to eradicate all forms of corruption.
is a dangerous social phenomenon which can undermine the development and well being of a country this is why we must combat it with our might( power ).what would I do if were elected a president ؟
If I were elected a president of this country, i would pass severe laws to punish corrupt people in under to protect honest citizens from their wrong doings.
More over, tax evasion should be punished severely as it constitutes a serious threat to the existence of the nation is projects since most of them are dependent on the collection of taxes.
Then , I think that work , being the most valuable richness of the country ,should be rehabilitee .If I were elected president .I would do my best to reconcile our countrymen with work .
To conclude, I would appoint honest, hard working, and sincere civil servants who are ready to sacrifice themselves for the welfare of their people.
The Solar System
of the Sun and the other celestial objects gravitationally bound to it: the eight planets, their 166 known moons, three dwarf planets (Ceres, Pluto, and Eris and their four known moons), and billions of small bodies. This last category includes asteroids,, comets, meteoroids, and interplanetary dust.
In broad terms, the charted regions of the Solar System consist of the Sun, four terrestrial inner planets, an asteroid belt composed of small rocky bodies, four gas giant outer planets, and a second belt, called the Kuiper belt, composed of icy objects.
In order of their distances from the Sun, the planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Six of the eight planets are in turn orbited by natural satellites, usually termed "moons" after Earth's Moon, and each of the outer planets is encircled by planetary rings of dust and other particles. All the planets except Earth are named after deities from Greco-Roman mythology. The three dwarf planets are Pluto, the largest known Kuiper belt object; Ceres, the largest object in the asteroid belt; and Eris, the largest of the three which lies in the scattered
are small, irregular shaped bodies that are composed primarily of gases. They are actually remnants from the formation of stars and planets billions of years ago. If a big comet hit the Earth, it would cause great devastation. It might cause huge tidal waves and fires and put so much dust and soot in the air that most of the sunlight would be blocked, and plants would die and animals would have nothing to eat. Such events are very rare, however. While very small meteorites hit the Earth every day, the last big impact was 65 million years ago.
Astronomers have begun to chart the paths of as many of the asteroids and comets which come near to the Earth as they can. Because it is possible to predict very accurately the motion of these objects, they should be able to provide a warning well in advance.