My dear Kacvey,

Let us take a break from watching the Cambodian ship which is powered by nepotism and corruption, and look at another part of the world how this remediless disease is dealt with. It is in India where the new Chief Minister of Delhi plans to do during his stewardship in the next five years: “No more graft”.

This is the link: http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/asia/475249/delhi-chief-vows-end-to-graft

Whether he will succeed or not, times will tell and judge his actions and results, but his political courage to honor his promise towards the population of Delhi is a study of respect and responsibility towards his constituents who will no doubt be sovereign either to renew his mandate or to kick him out, as public office is supposed to be a public trust.

Kacvey, if you happened to cross path with big honchos on the golf course, would you please find out, without despondency or sarcasm, whether or not some of them would soon be invited to Delhi to attend seminar or retreat on how to fight graft. As Plutarch, once said: “To make no mistakes is not in the power of man; but from their errors and mistakes the wise and good learn wisdom for the future.”

Any takers among the “New Blood”?

(To be continued to “The nephews – Part X”)