According to the results of surveys conducted from the end of 2021 to the middle of 2022, 49 percent are in 100 countries around the world. The Lebanese are getting angry regularlyalso on the day before participation in the study.
It is second in the ranking with a score of 48 percent. The Turks cited among the causes of their regular anger at high inflation, which has been exacerbated by the Russian invasion of Ukraine since February 24.
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The population of Armenia ranked third with 46%.The conflict with neighboring Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh had a particularly negative impact.
Lebanon has an area slightly larger than the Opolsky Prefecture and is home to about 4.5 million people. Israel and Syria are neighbors of Lebanon, a small country on the east coast The Mediterranean Sea. A short border with Israel, a very long border with Syria. But only the border with Syria is open, which turned out to be a serious problem for Lebanon. The war in Syria has also seriously weakened this country.
Lebanon took a strong wave refugees. Since 2011, when the war began in Syria, about 1.5 million refugees have been sent to the country. Today, refugees make up a third of Lebanon’s total population – the highest rate in the world.
Hunger and homelessness. Dramatic characters
Even before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, half of Syrian families in Lebanon were living on less than $2.9 a day, 58%. Schoolchildren did not go to school.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down businesses across the country, the Lebanese economy was in dire straits. According to the World Bank, 45% of Lebanese were living in poverty at the end of 2019. It is estimated that it will exceed 75 percent soon. As a result, hundreds of thousands of Lebanese are experiencing hunger and displacement on an unprecedented scale. In Beirut alone – according to Save the Children estimates – there are one million hungry children.
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