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Impotence of the anti-money laundering legislation

Argentina is perhaps the only country that doesn’t have prisoners for corruption. The laxity of our anti-laundering laws, the collusion between the powers and big money, become the law a mere threat, intimidation rudeness that only leads the honest citizen to lose his confidence in the law and succumb to despair. Our society becomes, then, in a demagogic utopia. People do not have the government they deserve, but the one that they are alike. André Malraux.
Corruption worldwide, is already a part of our daily lives. Helmut Kohl, German statesman, accused of receiving money to finance his campaign doesn’t want to reveal who gave him a million dollars because he promised not to reveal his identity. For him "is a matter of honor".