Now that we are heading to new parliamentary elections, I hope that every candidate and every voter about to cast his or her vote at polling stations takes the reasons the Amiri Decree used to dissolve the parliament into deep consideration and into their consciences. Those reasons were good ones, though the former parliament had nothing to do with them nor is to blame for them. They were real ones because the world and our region in particular are going through unprecedented circumstances.
There are scattered little wars going on and threats of major ones that would devour the smaller ones and bring about considerable hazards. The world is fragmenting and major decision-making countries are not in good terms. These are all very frightening and exceptional circumstances that caught the Amiri Decree’s attention, and thus they were declared, urging both candidates and voters to be up to their responsibilities and have enough awareness and realization of their dangers and of