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A new poll by the National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) found that many government officials thought that nepotism and favours are common in job promotions, but still believe other factors are far more important. The survey found that over 50% believed that promotions were given to the family or friends of those in power, while 73.28% believed it occurred at least sometimes. Just under 20% of those polled believed that mutual favours were exchanged for promotions. The poll surveyed 1,310 state enterprise workers and other bureaucrats between September 12 and 14. While the majority believed nepotism occurred and many […]

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