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A twinge of optimism was palpable earlier this week when the Lebanese government received the McKinsey report outlining a five-year plan to develop and guide the economy to ensure a better Lebanon in coming years.The Daily Star has learned these are just the tip of the iceberg, bonuses from certain politicians for services rendered.The Lebanese people are skeptical because the examples are endless, among them some schools where there are more teachers than students who of course get all the benefits, raises and indemnities without actually working, while others are recruited and paid for imaginary jobs, though in many cases they don't even live in this country.
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