Attachment IV. Comparison of Countries in Anti-corruption, Free Use of Media for Honest and Clean Government, and Participation in Government" with the Constitutional Standards

(Absolute requirements for Permanent Peace: §2 TV channels should allow one hour a week for free for political participation; at least six major political parties have exclusive radio channels for the entire region; local political participation shall be handled similarly.

Nation

Score

Reason

CSPP

Score

China

0

There are no democratic elections. Elected by the Party

CSPP §2

Full marks

India

0

Lack of freedom for media and radio channel

CSPP §2

Full marks

United States

60

Election spending is a lot of money-but there is a complete control system

CSPP §2

Full marks

Indonesia

0

Lack of freedom for media and radio channels

CSPP §2

Full marks

Pakistan

0

Lack of freedom for media and radio channels

CSPP §2

Full marks

Brazil

0

Same as above but with complete control system

CSPP §2

Full marks

Nigeria

0

Lack of freedom for media and radio channels

CSPP §2

Full marks

Bangladesh

0

Same as above

CSPP §2

Full marks

Russia

0

Same as above

CSPP §2

Full marks

Mexico

0

Same as above

CSPP §2

Full marks

Japan

60

Japan Election Law §150: Public welfare provides free radio time

CSPP §2

Full marks

Philippines

0

Lack of freedom for media and radio channel but with complete control system

CSPP §2

Full marks

Egypt

0

Lack of freedom for media and radio channel

CSPP §2

Full marks

Ethiopia

0

Same as above

CSPP §2

Full marks

Vietnam

0

Same as above

CSPP §2

Full marks

DRCongo

0

Same as above

CSPP §2

Full marks

Iran

0

Same as above

CSPP §2

Full marks

Germany

60

Same as above but with complete control system

CSPP §2

Full marks

Republic of Turkey

0

Lack of freedom for media and radio channels

CSPP §2

Full marks

France

60

Same as above but the election law §L48-1 and §L52-1 strictly control propaganda

CSPP §2

Full marks

Republic of Korea

60

§73 of the Public Election Law: Professional broadcasting expenses are borne by Korea Broadcasting Corporation

CSPP §2

Full marks

Australia

0

Lack of freedom for media and radio channels but The 1918 Federal Election Law has a complete control system

CSPP §2

Full marks

Taiwan

0

Same as above but §46 of the Law on Election and Removal of Public Officials, there are public political meetings

CSPP §2

Full marks

Conclusions: 1. The above scores are all preliminary evaluation statistics and will be corrected by actuarial calculations. 2: Those who participate in politics spend huge amounts of money to win elections. Politics has become a game of exchanging money for ‘public power’. Therefore, whether in a democratic system or in an authoritarian state, corruption remains an indispensable part of election and politics. Anti-corruption is essential to liberate the 56 countries under authoritarian rule.