However, state representatives receive resources from the national and local governments to promote regional development. Their increased access to resources makes most of them corrupt. They steal government resources creating a scarcity of resources. For example, they exaggerate the cost of a project to ensure that they embezzle more funds. Besides, they abuse office power by employing their relatives in government projects. Again, presidents abuse government resources as they manipulate the senate. For example, if they want to pass a particular bill, that suit their interests, they bribe members of the senate to ensure that they support their bill. Eventually, they end up misusing government resources. In line with that, heads of states receive resources from external sources in the form of loans. Instead of using these resources for the betterment of the citizens, they promote their selfish interests.