It might be a rewarding idea for National Assembly members to discuss at the start of the new parliamentary term, to be approved and put into effect for the new Assembly and its new members. The idea came out of a question, which is: All state employees are evaluated by their superiors, so why are MPs not evaluated? This idea is built on one basic foundation, which is that Assembly members should be evaluated by the people, who have the right to evaluate their MPs through their parliamentary performance and the fulfillment of people’s and constituents’ requirements.
The idea is very simple, which is to have a computerized “popular evaluation” program, and should be as follows:
1- Name of the member of parliament, his constituency and the committees he serves on at the parliament along with his CV and the number of votes he received.
2- Detailing all what the MP had promised his voters when he was a candidate and all the issues that he mentioned during the campaign.
Then people should be allowed to evaluate the MP and his contributions to solve the people’s problems every six months, so that an individual can read the achievements and the issues that were presented during his campaign and what he presented and achieved during his presence in parliament.
This is the idea that could be in the future an election requirement for candidates in their campaigns, as the popular evaluation will be a true reflection of each candidate who deserves the vote to enter the parliament and serve the people. This will put a vigilant eye over all members and the Assembly, and the evaluation will be a sword that will cut the heads of those who join parliament to achieve their own private agendas. —Translated by Kuwait Times
This is the idea that could be in the future an election requirement for candidates in their campaigns