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Ministers who can shoulder their responsibilities must be choosen ‘Incoming govt, Parliament must co-op to fulfill citizens ambitions’

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 28: Several lawmakers spoke of stabilizing the relationship between the executive and legislative authorities during the next phase, reports Al-Qabas daily. Nonetheless some lawmakers’ demands are characterized by the need to form a government of technocrats and efficient ministers.

They have stressed that the incoming government must be able to collaborate with the Parliament to solve the pending issues and fulfill the ambitions of the citizens. MP Kamel Al-Awadhi said HH the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak must appoint technocrats in his government and ‘dump’ those who have failed to cooperate with him during previous periods. He also stressed any minister who does not cooperate must leave the government. He indicated the Prime Minister must choose ministers who can shoulder their responsibilities. The ball is now in the court of the government and lawmakers and the entire nation is the arbiter that is waiting to achieve its ambitions and hopes.

MPSaud Al-Hareeji emphasized on the need of a government which has the ability to fulfill the ambitions of its citizens and move the development wheel forward which cannot be suspended due to the negligence of the ministers. “We have to believe in ourselves that the coming government will succeed where the previous government has failed. In addition, the Prime Minister must realize that each minister has a time limit for achievements failing which he will be put under a microscope. The premier should not choose a minister who is ‘unwelcome’ to prevent tensions between the two authorities, he said.

Meanwhile, MP Khalil Al-Saleh stressed HH the Prime Minister has the right to appoint people in ministerial positions whoever he wishes to. However, he added, the chose ministers must be efficient to meet the challenges of the coming phase and push forward the wheel of development in line with the parliamentary legislations and for the good of the citizen.

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