No it doesn't; the state can filibuster. I'm not sure if you get the meaning of this, but what it is is purposely drawing something out. The state does this often.
this hypothetical conclusion must suck if you can't show examples that happen in my country.
Corruption leads to inefficiency. Inefficiency means that you provide the worse service and will be replaced. Cunt.
and who exactly has the power to decide who's going to be replaced and who's not? Corruption is not excluded here. If simply one has the power to vote someone out .guess what. they still can sell those people out. Corruption is still inevitable. bitch.
That's a measurement of state corruption.
Somalian gouverment doesn't have much power in their own country. Most corporations exploit the land for resources from local gouverments, local villages ...