What South Caucasus peoples are concerned of
By Messenger Staff
Friday, December 3The polling carried out by the CRRC Caucasus Research Resource Center concludes that unemployment, poverty, corruption and the geopolitical situation are among the leading problems which are of major concern to the peoples of the three South Caucasus Countries: Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. In Armenia in particular, the most problematic issue is unemployment, followed by corruption. In Georgia, first comes unemployment, then peace in the country. In Azerbaijan first is territorial integrity and second is unemployment. After evaluating levels of trust in the different institutions it was shown that, in Armenia, the most trusted are the army, then the church. In Azerbaijan, the most trusted person is the President, followed by the army. The church was valued as the most trustworthy institution in Georgia, followed by the army.