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  1. Corruption cannot have advantages, because it is illegal. What should be done by definition is done for money, and what should not be done is done for a LOT of money. What is the advantage here? Corruption is like rust eating away at the state, but there are countries that have defeated corruption, for example, Singapore. Corruption has existed in Russia for a very long time: it is enough to recall Gogol with his “greyhound puppies”, so, unfortunately, in the near future it will remain as a “lubricant” between the “bottom” and “top”.

  2. Compared to what? �And for whom?

    In the social sphere , it is very difficult to find at least something common that would not be beneficial to anyone under any circumstances.

    • First, there are systems that are not able to function at all without a huge corruption component. �Now the institutions of the Russian Federation are destroyed, the laws are brought in, and the Constitution is brought in a state where it is impossible to live like this. �Literally. Continuing to live is already illegal. And soon it will also be unconstitutional. �”We live, so we break!”. Thus, the continuation of the existence of both the system as a whole and individual citizens is possible only through corruption mechanisms that violate the implementation of the law.

    • Secondly, corruption can mitigate the inhumanity of monstrous systems, the same red-brown ones. And in cases where it is possible to live according to their laws in principle. �But somehow I don't want to. �It's easier to die! (c) Max Fry Это This is a classic Chinese model. This is not new for Russia either. The cruelty of laws is mitigated by the non-necessity of their execution (classic).

    • Third, corruption benefits the corrupt clans themselves (clannishness is the oldest form of corruption). �Profitable – always. It is tactically advantageous even when it threatens the existence of a power in the medium term (again, the Russian Federation).

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