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Nicaragua: Corrupción Institucionalizada. Cinco Variables Críticas Del Ciclo De La Corrupción

  • Oguer Reyes Guido
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    La corrupción en Nicaragua es un fenómeno complejo que se ha establecido y arraigado en las instituciones públicas con el beneplácito del Gobierno. El análisis de cinco variables críticas: contrataciones públicas, redistribución de la tierra, recaudación de impuestos, nombramientos gubernamentales y gobierno local nos revela un diagnóstico inquietante en relación con la falta de transparencia en la administración de los recursos públicos de este país centroamericano. El posicionamiento del Gobierno frente a este tema no contribuye de manera alguna en la búsqueda de una estrategia que combata la corrupción campante que corroe el entramado institucional del país.

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    Volume (Year): (2012)
    Issue (Month): 164 (March)
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    Handle: RePEc:erv:observ:y:2012:i:164:2
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