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Replace foreigners with locals: hopeful Respect citizenship: Jamal Idriss

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 25, (KUNA): It is more important than ever to promote, increase awareness of, and stress ideals and notions of responsible citizenship and patriotism and to bolster national solidarity, “while monitoring government performance and fighting all forms of corruption, said candidate for the Second Constituency in the December 2012 National Assembly elections Jamal Idriss, Sunday.

The candidate told KUNA it is also vital to re-focus and stress on nationalizing the workforce to reduce non-national labor in all sectors. He also said he considers the role of Cooperative Societies and important issue in need of focus and care, as well as the need to develop service and performance standards in the country in general and in education and health care in particular.

Another area he said he would focus on, should he be elected, is care for youth and opening channels for them to spend time, whet their skills, and unleash their creative potential.

Meanwhile, Third Constituency candidate for 2012 parliament election Sulaiman Al-Mansour said that the upcoming parliament will achieve so much because most members would be independent and represent their own field of interests.

Upon the inauguration of his campaign, Al-Mansour said that implementing the rule of law and justice on all was the right way for a healthy sustained development.

Al-Mansour affirmed as well on the private sector role in pushing forward the developmental process in the country, noting that its vital that companies representing the private sector are accountable, for example during government tenders.

The candidate added that the one vote decree has come to put things into perspective, praising His Highness the Amir recent speech in implement the law, equality, and justice.

His Highness the Amir issued the one vote decree comes after the four votes to each constituency legislative law.

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