On the one hand, the decision to stay home has been hailed as a victory for social mobility and progress, while on the other, the economic consequences of staying home are becoming clear.
It is a situation which has been exacerbated by the rise in food prices and rising food prices have left many people hungry.
While the government has tried to ease some of the fears, the pressure on the public to stay at home has increased as the economic crisis deepens.
So, while the government says it is concerned about the economic impacts of the crisis, it is unlikely to ease the pressure that is mounting.
One thing the government does have some control over is the national transport network, with its new network of metro lines being set to go live on the 28th of March.
But this has been seen by some as a step backwards in terms of the government’s plans for the economy and in the overall wellbeing of the country.
A recent survey by the World Bank found that the country’s infrastructure is already in a poor state.
As a result, many people are choosing to stay put, despite the fact that the economic prospects of many have changed.
In the meantime, the government is struggling to keep its promise to build a national transport system.
It has promised to build new railways, new roads, a national water system and a network of airports and seaports, but many people remain at home, in part because of the lack of infrastructure and lack of economic opportunities.
What will happen to all those people?
As the country continues to grapple with the crisis and the impact on social mobility, a growing number of people have opted to leave the country, and that has also put pressure on governments to build infrastructure and create jobs.
The government has promised that it will provide jobs to the unemployed, but the situation has become so dire that it is hard to predict how long it will last.
The fact that people are leaving the country for other reasons also raises concerns about the long-term sustainability of the economy.
What happens to the people who stay at the country?
People who stay home because they cannot find work or are forced to leave because they are unemployed are often unable to get a job or a job offer in the first place.
This situation can cause a number of problems for families, especially the young.
The situation can also exacerbate the economic problems of the rural areas, because many people in these areas are unable to find jobs in their own communities.
The country is facing severe challenges, and it is going to take a lot of hard work to make the country more prosperous and sustainable.
However, the country is also facing challenges from other sources as well.
While it is easy to look at the current economic situation and blame the government, it will take some time for the country to recover.
In many areas, the crisis is deepening, and the authorities are trying to do their best to solve the crisis.
For many of the people that remain, however, the situation is becoming increasingly precarious.