Of course, there's a simple solution for that, right? SPECIAL ANTI-CORRUPTION SQUAD!
Afghan officials launched a new anti-corruption unit and major crime fighting force Monday amid stiff international pressure to clean up the government following a fraud-tainted presidential election.
I picture them wearing ninja suits and shoulder patches depicting Themis and the Scales.
The Afghan government has been dogged by corruption for years and this is the third formal launch of a unit promising to rein in rampant graft and bribery. But Afghan government officials told reporters this attempt has a better chance because of a real desire to succeed and strong international backing.
It has also been accompanied this time by international threats.
U.S. Ambassador Karl W. Eikenberry both praised the plan and called for follow-through.
"It requires action. Words are cheap. Deeds are required," he told reporters.