Talk:National Bureau of Investigation (Philippines)
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Alleged High Levels of Corruption
I removed a paragraph that read "one of the most corrupt agencies in the Philippines" or something to that effect, for two reasons: 1) it was a loaded statement, not in keeping with what would be appropriate for encyclopedic content; and 2) it was not supported by any data.
Perhaps the person who wrote that paragraph might find statistical data to support his statement that the NBI is perceived to be one of the most corrupt agencies in the Philippines? Or if there are accurate measures of actual corrupt practices, that would be much better data. At the moment, I have no idea how to acquire that data myself, unfortunately.
If Filipinos want to improve the way things are done in the Philippines, we (I am proudly Pinoy!) must first learn to support our arguments properly. :-) Otherwise, none of us will ever reach an agreement and our body politic will never mature.
Er... I was hoping to find information here about the organizational structure and Standard Operational Procedures of the NBI? And also, the various agencies whose mandate might overlap with it? I need it for a screenplay I'm working on. :-) 188.8.131.52 16:56, 22 March 2007 (UTC)
Page should be called National Bureau of Investigation (Philippines)
There are other countries that also have "National Bureau of Investigation", so this page should be called "National Bureau of Investigation (Philippines)" as the content is only about NBI in Philippines.
Other pages this article links to have allready been named like that. Example: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Department_of_Justice_(Philippines)
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