Dean Rohrer

印度的腐败诅咒

新德里——

腐败正在削弱印度吗?乍看上去,这个问题显得很滑稽。毕竟,印度在1947年之前便已有了运转良好的民主秩序,而且印度经济也抵挡住了最近的全球经济危机,没有像其他国家那样遭受重创。但长期以来,多种潜滋暗长的因素汇成了一股暗流,引起了人们对腐败威胁印度现状的方方面面的严重担忧。

当然,印度并没有因国大党领导的政府近期的腐败丑闻而出现任何阿拉伯式的“青年地震”。将来也不可能出现。印度经济保持着8.5—9%的年GDP增速,这一数字足以令许多国家眼红。竞争性的选举也是常态。

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