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In an over-regulated society corruption is inevitable. (MICA)

Favour

  • Forcing human mind to follow rules, which are unnecessary and biased make them revolutionary and they move towards revenge. Corruption is one of ways to take revenge from government.
  • Few people believe laws are made to be broken so this is case of economic phenomenon of regulatory arbitrage.
  • Over regulation can lead to complex laws and if population fails to understand those laws then they can unintentionally break laws. For example tax system is so complex in our country that many people are failing to pay taxes due to complexity.
  • Example of over regulation could be complex traffic rules. If traffic rules are too complex then eventually people will fail to understand so break those rules.

Against

  • Corruption is a personal equation and holds good or bad depending on an individual's and organizationís personal value systems. Regulations, like democracy are a systemic phenomenon; both have nothing to do with each other.

Conclusion

  • Over regulating simple things of daily life can create problems; but regulations are must to run the complex modern life.
  • Over regulations can make human life monotonous.

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Points added by members


Added by: Joy Jacob



Point: As long as the society deems wealth creation as sign of success, man will evolve means to achieve it regardless of the effect on the society. Let us resolve to be law abiding voluntarily to improve our life.



Date: 2013-10-13 00:49:32

Added by: Prachi Jain



Point: Actually there are rules only for general people not for bureacrats thats bring corruption..



Date: 2013-08-23 13:25:52

Added by: The Undead Philosophical Leviathan born in Hades.



Point: As long as humans exist, the desire to fulfill one's own needs exist. Some people call this corruption especially when that person has convinced a populace to allowing them to make decisions on their behalf. The only shelter from the reality of greed is to make what benefits the bourgeoisie benefit the figure head. Otherwise human nature results in greater inequities.



Date: 2013-06-27 15:19:29

Added by: Akshya N



Point: too many regulations and procedures leads to red tape and time wasting bureaucracy..its to break this and take short cuts and get work done faster that corruption started. Hence over regulation breeds corruption



Date: 2013-02-03 13:45:06

Added by: Ricky



Point: if we want to impose rules and regulations then they should be perfect in all sense. we used to think that rules are made to break because those rules are not perfect.So a society sholdn't be over-regulated,it should be perfectly regulated



Date: 2012-09-25 00:08:23

Added by: tamanna hussain



Point: Favour:- Over-Regulated will really generate a major issue.Because, people are machines and they themselves have capacity to be harnessed, if we over-implement the things, it will be fired.And corruption starts.



Date: 2012-08-20 14:07:38

Added by: akash mahajan



Point: yes. it is invitable of curruption beause of this many source of curruption is generate by over regulating a society so dont to be over regulate a society. but try to over regulate poliical party



Date: 2012-05-13 22:26:49

Added by:



Point: Since our forefathers, we are ruled so in any form we need to be regulated otherwise it would be a chaos. And for corruption, it depends on one's personal means,, we can regulate human, not their beings. So there is no clear relation between two of these.



Date: 2012-05-08 00:30:18

Added by: kumar



Point: there is no relation of any society rules and regulation with corruption.means we can not say that in any society if there is rule and regulation then there will be possibility of corruption or not.these corruption is the result of some bad people those only for there selfishness are doing the corruption.but we have some strong rules and regulation in country then that will be help an society to control over these corruption.



Date: 2012-03-10 06:58:57

Added by: Alka



Point: i feel that over regulation wud rather lead to brking of unnecessary rules n not lead to coruptn.. People r more likely to protst and wrk against such rules but not take revenge by following corrupt practices



Date: 2012-03-07 14:47:59

Added by: hbk



Point: no one deny the fact the over regulation causes lots of trouble and impedance,so people seek for shortcuts and intentionally and unintentionally they get involve in the corruption.But there will not be rules and regulation then things will go hay wire.then our society will be vulnerable to the corruption.So up to some extent liberlisation is good but too much is not.



Date: 2012-02-27 09:19:21

Added by: aditi



Point: excess of any thing is harmful and so is in this case. a well regulated system always a precursor to success but when u are bounded by so many restrictions u tend to go agaist the rules which results into curruption. human has a tendency of doing things which he is specially asked to avoid take for example Adam who was asked not to eat the apple but he did just the opposite.



Date: 2012-02-03 12:20:49

Added by: nitu dixit



Point: curruption is a evil and it has not tobe supported at any cost..regulations are built for efficient coordination of society and because of these regulations we are living a secured life to some extent..and curruption is just a selfish thought of a self centred mind which has a major impact on psycology of a common man which is struugling for a daily one time meal and provokes a war between common man and society.



Date: 2011-07-09 23:03:31

Added by: Divya



Point: over regulated rules do not matter much .corruption can be avoided only by ethical education.We should make people to realize abt their worth.



Date: 2010-11-16 23:32:31

Added by: narendra



Point: now a days corruption has bcame a world wide practice.due to this the poor people are suffering so much



Date: 2010-08-04 07:42:00