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Assesing the Current Situation of Local Development Sector in Egypt

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During the past years, the Egyptian government made many efforts and worked to establish and activate many different initiatives aimed at reducing the level of corruption in the Egyptian sectors, as well as achieving major changes in education, health, local development and the public sector. Moreover, Egypt has the second largest economy in the African continent. However, Egypt still suffers from high rates of corruption in various industries. While Egyptian laws criminalize several forms of corruption, acts of corruption still occur in daily life in Egypt due to weak enforcement mechanisms for these laws. This paper will shed light on the state of corruption in the local development sector and local administrations in Egypt during the past few years

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