Power cuts
I live in Mar Mikhail and we as others are experiencing frequent power cuts. What makes us different from the rest is the fact that we had electricity 24/7 and no one thought that we will one day reach a point where we will be forced to get "Ishtirak". Currently we only have 2 suppliers in the neighborhood and both suppliers don't have spots so each household is getting 5 amperes if lucky. 5 ampers does not power anything!  
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