Our leaders are lucky people because they deal with citizens who do not know their rights and cannot go to streets like the rest in the world to protest the cuts. Why cut the allowances of the civil servants when our President publicly said there are billions of stollen dollars some of his colleagues are illegally keeping in their private accounts. How come there is no money???
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