Japanese government vs. Lebanese government

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How The Japanese government (Opposition + Majority) takes care of it people.

Japan’s ruling party agreed with the opposition on Monday for members of parliament to take a cut in pay to fund reconstruction efforts after this month’s deadly earthquake and tsunami, Kyodo news agency reported.

The pay cut, equivalent to about 14 percent of a member’s annual income, would add 2 billion yen ($25 million) to Japan’s biggest rebuilding effort since post-World War Two reconstruction, Kyodo said. [Link]

While in Lebanon:

MP Hamadeh: Aoun should fund STL from the money he stole

Saniora stealing money scandal

Lebanese MPs Have Fake Degree

Lebanese Minister of Energy buys private jet for 24$ Million Dollars

On November 11, 2009 LTA released the results of the 2009 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) in Beirut simultaneously with other parts of the world. Lebanon received the score of 2.5/10 and was ranked 130th over 180 countries. [Link]

PS: Ignore who did what in Lebanon and look at the bigger picture.

6 thoughts on “Japanese government vs. Lebanese government

  1. Waseem

    I think you should post more stories like this. We need to spread awareness about the degree of corruption in Lebanon. This country won’t make it to the 22nd century if we don’t get rid of corruption and chaos and build a more organized society

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