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Sierra Leone Legislators Demand 300% Salary Increase

In Sierra Leone, doctors are paid $400 while registered nurses earn $130 monthly, but MP's want their salaries increased from $1,500 (12.7M Leones) to $4400 (37M Leones) per month despite their alarming allowances. Is this fair?

Sierra Leone Legislators Demand 300% Salary Increase
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