阿拉伯人認為民主制度下的經濟很薄弱

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阿拉伯人認為民主制度下的經濟很薄弱

在七個國家和巴勒斯坦領土上,超過一半的阿拉伯晴雨表調查受訪者同意這樣的說法,即他們的國家需要一個能夠在必要時 "彎曲規則 "以完成事情的領導人。只有摩洛哥不到一半的人同意這一說法。然而,在巴勒斯坦領土、約旦和蘇丹,也有相當比例的人不同意這一說法。

突尼斯的調查是在2021年10月至11月期間進行的。自那時起,就出現了對總統的抗議,因為他通過解散議會、控制選舉委員會來加強對權力的控制,並推動就新憲法舉行公投,許多人說這將增強他的權威。與此同時,該國的經濟也陷入了更深的危機。

總的來說,大多數人不指望他們國家的經濟狀況在未來幾年會有所改善。然而,也有一些樂觀的看法。在六個國家中,超過三分之一的受訪公民表示,在未來兩到三年內,情況會好轉或有所改善。


In seven countries and the Palestinian territories, more than half of respondents to the Arab Barometer survey agree with the statement that their country needs a leader who can "bend the rules" if necessary to get things done. Only in Morocco do fewer than half agree with that statement. However there is also a sizeable proportion of people disagreeing with the statement in the Palestinian territories, Jordan, and Sudan.

The survey in Tunisia was conducted between October and November 2021. Since then there have been protests against the president, as he has tightened his grip on power by dissolving parliament, taking control of the electoral commission, and pressed ahead with holding a referendum on a new constitution which many say will boost his authority. The country's economy has meanwhile sunk deeper into crisis.

Overall most people don't expect the economic situation in their country will improve in the next few years. However there is some optimism. In six countries, over a third of surveyed citizens say the situation will be better or somewhat better in the coming two to three years.

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