The issuance of the World Happiness Report 2023 revealed a new ranking of frustration after Egypt ranked 121st in this report, which includes 137 countries, while occupied Palestine ranked 99th in the same global index.
Observers saw that despite the continuous Zionist occupation and oppression, they are happier than Egypt and other countries such as Morocco, which also preceded Egypt and ranked 100, Tunisia ranked 110, while Egypt came close to Lebanon, which came in the penultimate rank of 136, the second worst country in the world after Afghanistan.
The world celebrates the International Day of Happiness on March 20 of each year, in light of the turbulent international situation in conjunction with the Russian-Ukrainian war and the resulting economic crises, which observers warn could lead to a wave of recession.
last year out of 137 countries.
In the year 2022, Egypt occupied a parallel rank, as it ranked 129th globally in the happiness index, but in that year it was out of 145 countries, and even at that time it was preceded by Libya and Iraq.
One of the authors of the World Happiness Report, John Helliwell, said, “The level of benevolence towards others, especially helping strangers, increased significantly during 2021, while it continued to be high during 2022.” Global happiness was not affected during the three years by the shadow of the “Covid-19” pandemic. .
The report, issued by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, which draws on global survey data of people from nearly 150 countries, said that life assessments between 2020 and 2022 were remarkably resilient, with global averages essentially matching the three years leading up to the pandemic.
For the sixth year in a row, Finland topped the list, according to the rankings of the World Happiness Report, which relies heavily on the life assessments of the global “Gallup” poll.
The Scandinavian country and its neighbors such as Denmark, Iceland, Sweden and Norway scored very well in the index.
When it comes to the Arab countries, the United Arab Emirates topped the list, ranking 26th in the world, followed by Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
The World Happiness Report for the year 2023 covers 137 countries from different continents of the world based on 6 factors: per capita GDP levels, life expectancy, generosity, social support, and freedom to make life choices.
Bahaa Mabrouk Farag @EngBahaaFarag said, “Egypt does not exist on the happiness index, not even at Zero Point. Egypt is first after first in misery, depression, oppression, humiliation, lack of resourcefulness, and surrender to injustice, with a large difference from its counterparts. The sweetest thing in the news and statistics is the happiness of the Palestinian people. People are happy and happy more than many countries.” in the region.”
Mohamed @peace5588 expected how the Sisi government’s response to the index would be, the official response to the results of the happiness index in Egypt, and wrote sarcastically
First, this report is brothers.
Secondly, the reason that Egypt is unhappy is definitely the increase in population.
Third, the people who are unhappy but the system is not.
Fourth, those who are exposed will come out to say that what did people do with happiness?
This is a mortal world, my friend, and whoever adheres to it is naked.
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