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Clothing Factory disaster in Dhaka, Bangladesh

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29
Apr
Bangladesh is one of the most corrupt countries in the world. I don't take any pleasure in making that comment. I have been watching its Government refuse outside help for the collapsed clothing factory which has led to at least 360 deaths. It daren't ask for help because some of its own politicians own these factories. They do not want outside scrutiny because imagine what we might have found - forged building certificates, payments to officials and backhanders to everyone else.
 
If Bangladesh wants our help it needs also to help itself. It needs to stop the endemic corruption once and for all.
 
As if.


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