Not in the U.K. as far as I know they don't.
no just congressmen...
I'm sure it probably happens in every country
All the politicians work under the assumtion they will get bribes, or contributions as they call it. To vote and back anything.
no the judges do
They have been blackmailing the govt. for decades.
Of course. Government always takes bribes.
It's not openly done here..but I'm sure it's done. Primarily because being a police officer is one of those types of jobs that is attractive to people who want to abuse powerful positions..and it's one of the easier ones to get.
Thank god and congress, not in America. Corruption like this is repugnant to any cop with self respect.
Thankfully, no. Not in Canada. Our corruption is a little more indirect.
No way they would be fired in the States.
They practice it in front of a mirror<br />
And to be (dis)honest, I f I got paid as little as they do, I may be tempted to do so
they've never asked me, but i've heard that it happens
yes, almost directly. I never got the chance to bribe one, but I would
I haven't in the UK but in West Africa, it's commonplace.
yes .. its so natural in Asian countries... <br />
Nope... i never did that ... but idk about future ...