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FINALLY, the new government is formed. The only thing we can say at the moment is, “Oh God, there is no objection to what we are given after the long wait.”  Today, we have a new Council of Ministers; while the legislative authority does not fear the ‘monster’ of dissolution or nullification, so it desires nothing but cooperation.  Under such circumstances, we wish to sincerely offer a piece of advice from a loving mind to HH the Prime Minister, “If you fail to perform your duties, you will soon find your supporters asking you to step down; even before the opposition members do so.”  The new Cabinet has no excuse for procrastination, poor performance and lack of achievements. It should prove its ability to perform its duties well, achieve national goals, and implement projects. However, it is impossible to realize these objectives until the government is freed from provocative laws enacted by those who struggled day and night to clamp down on its predecessors.

They have mastered the art of parliamentary dictatorship, which is not stipulated in any constitution. They have gone to the extent of acting like spokespersons of various ministries. The laws they enacted were aimed at impeding activities of the government through bureaucracy. They controlled all institutions and disrupted worthwhile activities in a bid to obtain support for the crisis provokers, so they can easily dominate the entire country. If the new government fails to cancel those laws, it will not be able to play its real role and the situation will continue to deteriorate. Again, we want to say, “Oh, God we have no objection to the ministers chosen by the premier as members of his working team.” Therefore, he is responsible for their actions. He should investigate, examine and ‘purify’ all ministries in order to eliminate officials planted by the crisis provokers to execute their destructive plans. In this manner, he will no longer be surprised by the obstructions and impediments

Today, the prime minister and his new team have no excuse for non-performance. They should restore the dignity of the nation. They have to ignore Twitter posts, as well as the statements of lawmakers, political activists, detractors and imbeciles who are keen on preventing the implementation of important projects. If the government imprisons itself in the cocoon of fear and hesitation, including the fear of parliamentary interpellations; this will be considered the worst disaster. In case this happens, it means the government is not safe from evil acts that will prompt the populace to abandon it. People will lose hope in the possibility of attaining real growth and escaping from the dismal condition, which Kuwait has been experiencing for several years. The clear directive from HH the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah has opened the window of hope that Kuwait will be better than it was in the past. Consequently, the prime minister should not close this window. He must fulfill the promises; otherwise, he should go.

By Ahmed Al-Jarallah
Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times

By: Ahmed Al-Jarallah

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