Almost 90% of citizens believe that corruption in Macedonia is on the rise


Only 9.2% of Macedonian citizens think that the country is moving in a positive direction, while 60.25% think that it is going in a negative direction. This is shown by the latest survey conducted by the Market Vision agency from December 8 to 15 on 1,067 respondents. Even two-thirds of the respondents do not support giving a concession to the Chebren hydropower plant to a Greek company.
Approximately half or 44.1% of the respondents believe that the biggest problem in the country is the economy, inflation and reduced economic activity.
Most of the respondents, or 87.1%, believe that corruption in the country is on the rise, that is, it is higher than last year.

Previous articleSkopje among the top 10 most polluted cities in the world on Saturday
Next articleCatholics and some Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas Eve


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here