Officials in the Cabinets of the third world

Officials in the Cabinets of the third world
Liberian officials, to survive, are forced to sell in addition to regular duties in their offices DVD. Officials in Bolivia are buying themselves on their desktop computers. The bureaucrats of the Third World "cool" as they can - 20 years ago, Russian liberals have dreamed about it though.

Minor officials and civil servants live in Third World countries as in 1990 called to live the Russian liberals. That's when Irina Hakamada, chairman of the State Committee for support of small business in Chernomyrdin's government, advised state officials that the state failed to pay wages, be more proactive - to gather mushrooms and berries. And Boris Berezovsky, the creator of the current system of Putin's vertical, in his book "How to make big money" shared experience with the officials: "We assume a modest employee gets 8 thousand rubles a month. One day he picked up volpinistskuyu paper (the kind with placebo), and wrote her na: "From next year I will get 10 thousand rubles a month, or 120 thousand rubles a year." Need to be aware that the universe will give you prosimoe and without any action on your part, unless the lust has not filed an application for the treacherous "difficulty in obtaining.

However, mushrooms, berries, the universe - all this in theory is good. But as yet, in practice, working the bureaucracy of the Third World (photo from the magazine Foreign Policy)?

(Pictured above) Mayor Adolf Dalaney serves in the Liberian GAI. His salary - $ 20 a month, but one that is delayed by six months or a year. Dalaney parsing crashes thanks to road users if they just settle him $ 1-2 "to accelerate the process."

Alfred Tartea, the head of a Liberian district. Forced to earn money selling his office in DVD and religious literature. This brings him up to $ 100 a month:
Christian Chea, the governor of the Liberian county of River Gee. Locals at his own expense he built the office from clay. But at one point in its managed peasants ran out of money, but because office Chea was without doors and windows:
Josephine George Francis, the governor of Liberia Montserrado County, on the money sewed flags that stand in her office - the budget did not have money for such trappings of power:
Henry Gray, the Commissioner of the Liberian district Gbaepo. Two years have not been paid, as well as 11 of his subordinates. Only once during that time he managed to knock out for themselves and other employees a one-time payment of $ 17 for each:

Marlene Abigahit Choque, a detective in the town of Potosi, in Bolivia. Her specialty - investigating the killings. The only company car at the station was sold to pay salaries to employees. Now for Choque rides a bus:

Policeman Hoca-Galarza Mendez gets about $ 140 in the Bolivian Potosi. Of these, 5-10 dollars per month he had to spend on izgtovlenie billboards at the police station:
Constantino Aya viri Castro - Constable in the Bolivian village Tinkuipayya. He puts a few dollars each month, so that later on this money to the phone to his office:
Ram Yadav wanted to be a history teacher. But for the past four years, he worked as a police inspector in the province of Bihar, the Indian state bordering Nepal. Forced to spend up to $ 5 a month of writing accessories:

Om Prakash, serves as an officer in the same Indian province of Bihar. To survive, is forced to sell the pills to visitors in his office:
Deo Prasad, secretary of the village TEXT in the Indian province of Bihar. For several years, the budget does not go the money for even the simplest device for cabinet Prasad. Therefore, he is forced to work outdoors:

Left - Veyhang, headman of the village Tsui Chinese in Shandong Province: wages do not. Right - Gonli, Secretary of the Communist Party of China's cell in the same village: Salary $ 35 per month:
Mohammed Hamid Azeyn, Yemeni clerk to collect water bills in the area of ​​Shibam. Receives 121 dollars per month. At the time of photography salary does not pay 5 months:
Alchen Abdulvaze Nazeli works in the Yemeni Ministry of tithing and alms. Salary $ 67 per month:
Well, as a contrast - offices of civil servants of the First World.

Roger Vacher, the French policeman from the department for combating drugs in Clermont-Ferrand. Monthly salary 2200 euro:
Shane Fenton, the sheriff of Texas County Crockett (3000 inhabitants). Salary - 3166 dollars a month:
Rudy Flores, Texas Ranger. Salary - $ 5000 per month: