What, in your view, are the most blatant forms of corruption in a society? Motivate your answer with examples. Corruption can be defined as the misuse of entrusted power for personal benefit. It can also refer to letting personal or family relationships influence decision making, be it by private agents or government officials. Corruption is a global phenomenon, found in one shape or the other, depending on the structure of a society.The subject of corruption is on the agenda of every international summit as almost all countries have fallen under its grip. The most common form of corruption across societies has always been bribery. In countries where an anti-corruption institution has been set up, giving or receiving bribes, constitute a crime. A bribe can take the form of money, property, privilege or a promise. With the Mauritian society as backdrop, bribery has often been denounced in the police department.For example, a motorist might bribe a police officer not to issue a ticket for speeding. Likewise, a person applying for a driving license can offer a bribe to a police officer for the latter to be more lenient during the driving test. Likewise, fraud is another type of corrupted practice which is becoming flagrant in many societies. Several scandals are being unveiled worldwide with fraud as the main accusation. With the advent of technology, fraud is becoming more and more common and easy to carry out.It can be committed through many media such as mail, phone and the Internet. Given the international dimensions of the web and the ease with which users can hide their location, hackers can steal credit card details of anybody by simply directing the person to a dishonest website. Moreover, corruption is also gaining the political circle worldwide. A recent World Bank survey reveals that corruption today involves those responsible to execute policies and laws of the nation, that is, politicians.A blatant corrupted behavior by politicians is favoritism. Although not easily proved, such a practice remains immoral, unethical and corrupt. Often, politicians favor someone related to them, such as friend, family member or member of an association in the allocation of a contract, in a promotion exercise or in the recruitment process. For example, a minister would hire a family member for a post he is not qualified for or worst even, promoting a staff member who belongs to the same political party regardless of merit.Across the world, several instances are fighting against corruption on a daily basis. Transparency International strives to bring about a world free of corruption. Various measures can be suggested to eradicate corruption such as transparency in public life, stringent laws to deal with corruption cases, electoral reforms to check the misuse of money, among others. As Gandhi once said, to check corruption, we require a high code of morals, extreme vigilance on the part of those who are free from the corrupt practices.