Officials in the Cabinets of the third world
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."
Roger Vacher, the French policeman from the department for combating drugs in Clermont-Ferrand. Monthly salary 2200 euro: