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Lebanon between kakistocracy and kleptocracy

Dima El Hassan|-Corruption has always been in the hands of those in power, in both developing as well and developed countries.It hampers both economic and human development. But what we are witnessing today is a criminal corruption if I might say. When a corrupt leader who has become unstoppable has sunk a nation into cruel poverty and harsh recession, destroying people’s lives continuously and stubbornly, political leadership becomes similar in criminality to that of the tyranny in the Middle Ages.Unfortunately, that is the case of many countries around the world today, though the impact on the developing countries is often more destructive.
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