Not in the postal system, but everywhere. You are born with corruption, and you die with corruption - literally: your parents need to pay bribes in the maternity hospital to be sure that you will be born with care, and your children have to pay bribes to get a place for you on the graveyard (even if there are unoccupied places there) when you die.AR-99 wrote:Gotta love corruption in the postal system.
You need a bribe to be accepted to kindergarden, then to school, then to graduate from school, then not to be taken into the army, then to enter the university, then to graduate from the university, then you have your own children who will need the same set of bribes. The circle closes.
I'm not even talking about medicine (you need to pay to get the right diagnosis), police (you can be stopped on the street for no reason and you will go to jail for a made up crime if you don't pay a bribe), driving license (nearly impossible to get without a bribe, even if you know everything flawlessly), everything. EVERYTHING.
Postal system... pfff, mere peanuts.