Wednesday, August 24, 2005

The corruption we know

Gamal Sayid, a restaurant owner in Ataba in downtown Cairo, says, “The corruption I know is embodied in the District and Health inspectors who use their powers to overburden us, forcing us to bribe them or else they write reports against us and we end up paying fines or our shops, which are our sole source for our own and our children’s livelihood, are closed down. No one can say “no” to them or fail to pay them."


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