Culture of Corruption Photos on Townhall

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    Posted: 3/30/2012 3:10:48 PM EST
    Doctor Catalin Cirstoveanu, right, checks a newborn baby before transport to Italy for heart surgery from the intensive care unit of the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 22, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania.Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
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    Posted: 3/30/2012 3:10:48 PM EST
    A newborn baby is transported to an ambulance on his way to Italy for surgery from the intensive care unit of the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 24, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania.Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
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    Posted: 3/30/2012 3:10:48 PM EST
    Doctor Catalin Cirstoveanu describes equipment in a new state of the art operating room, that is not operational due to lack of staff at the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 27, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania. Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
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    Posted: 3/30/2012 3:10:48 PM EST
    A newborn baby is seen in an incubator at the intensive care unit of the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 18, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Dr. Catalin Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania. Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
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    Posted: 3/30/2012 3:10:48 PM EST
    A temporary passport is seen on an incubator before the newborn baby inside was flown to Italy for heart surgery from the intensive care unit of the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 22, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania.Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
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    Posted: 3/30/2012 3:10:48 PM EST
    Doctor Catalin Cirstoveanu attends to a newborn baby with help from nurses in the intensive care unit of the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 24, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania.Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
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    Posted: 3/30/2012 3:10:48 PM EST
    A newborn baby holds his mother's hand at the intensive care unit of the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 18, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Dr. Catalin Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania. Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
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    Posted: 3/30/2012 3:10:48 PM EST
    Doctor Catalin Cirstoveanu, left, with backpack, watches as a newborn baby is transported to an ambulance on his way to Italy for heart surgery from the intensive care unit of the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 22, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania.Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
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    Posted: 3/30/2012 3:10:47 PM EST
    A newborn baby is seen in an incubator at the intensive care unit of the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 18, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Dr. Catalin Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania. Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
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    Posted: 3/30/2012 3:10:47 PM EST
    A newborn baby appears to smile after having a meal at the intensive care unit of the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 18, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Dr. Catalin Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania. Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
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    Posted: 3/30/2012 3:10:47 PM EST
    A toy is seen at the grave of a baby that died 8 years ago on the same day it was born, on March 17, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Dr. Catalin Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania. Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
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    Posted: 3/30/2012 3:10:47 PM EST
    A newborn babies foot is examined at the intensive care unit of the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 24, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Dr. Catalin Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania.Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
  •  - The head of the anti-corruption agency Taufiequrachman Ruki listens to a question during an interview in Jakarta

    The head of the anti-corruption agency Taufiequrachman Ruki listens to a question during an interview in Jakarta

    Posted: 2/27/2007 4:58:28 AM EST
    The head of the anti-corruption agency Taufiequrachman Ruki listens to a question during an interview in Jakarta February 27, 2007. A culture of corruption in Indonesia probably played a part in a recent string of fatal transport disasters and reinforces the need to keep battling graft, Ruki said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA)
  •  - The head of the anti-corruption agency Taufiequrachman Ruki speaks during an interview in Jakarta

    The head of the anti-corruption agency Taufiequrachman Ruki speaks during an interview in Jakarta

    Posted: 2/27/2007 4:57:06 AM EST
    The head of the anti-corruption agency Taufiequrachman Ruki speaks during an interview in Jakarta February 27, 2007. A culture of corruption in Indonesia probably played a part in a recent string of fatal transport disasters and reinforces the need to keep battling graft, Ruki said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA)