Electoral malpractice and government corruption are two deeply intertwined issues that undermine democracy.

Electoral malpractice sets the stage for corrupt governance by eroding the legitimacy of elected officials and the trust of the electorate. Once in power, these “elected” leaders often engage in corrupt practices to maintain their positions and reward their supporters, creating a vicious cycle that perpetuates corruption and weakens democratic institutions.

Leaders who come to power through electoral malpractice typically engage in corruption to secure their positions. They use public resources to buy loyalty, silence opposition, and manipulate future elections. This entrenchment of corrupt practices creates a governance system where personal gain takes precedence over public service, leading to widespread misuse of power and resources.

As the ULB elections approach, it is pertinent to ask whether electoral malpractice will occur. Local self-governments are crucial for effective decentralization, allowing communities to address their unique needs and priorities. However, corruption at this level can be painfully disastrous. Electoral malpractice can turn local self-governments into hotbeds for corruption.

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