Definition of corrupt practice in English:

corrupt practice

Line breaks: cor|rupt prac|tice

noun

A fraudulent activity, especially an attempt to rig an election: the National Peace Keeping Assembly believed that it could eliminate vote-buying and other corrupt practices
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  • Grand corruption represents corrupt practices perpetrated by head of state, ministers, politicians, and senior officials for personal gain by abusing and misusing power.
  • Of course, to prevent abuse and corrupt practices, lobbying activities should be carefully regulated, monitored and made transparent.
  • These include laws affecting federal elections, corrupt practices and presidential succession.

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