It’s high time we worked
Now that all electoral and political conflicts, battles and arguments are over, and parliamentary seats, the speakership and parliamentary committees’ membership is determined, it is high time we started working. Nowadays, we need accomplishments as much as we needed arguments a few days ago. Roadmaps are now very clear for each and every one of the 50 lawmakers who are now in office because of the promises and visions they made and discussed with voters. Now they have access to plans and studies that have not been executed or partially executed. They have clear targets of financial and administrative corruption the country has been suffering from.
The people are starting a new phase with the 2016 parliament and they have a fully integrated scene of useless and pointless attitudes and theses. They also have full perception of each group’s capability to talk and work at the same time instead of work associated with destruction. They are very fed up with acceleration of tensions to achieve personal gains and pick fights with windmills without any benefit for the people. They are fed up with acting heroically by criticizing others rather than working and making achievements with the only aim of picking side fights to hide their weaknesses and enchant those who find joy in watching bloody cockfights.
Our country has had enough talk and needs more work because many chances and opportunities have been wasted. Besides, we have many financial and moral local and foreign challenges and conflicts and byzantine arguments will do us no good. The people have portrayed the form of the parliament they wanted. They made the change everybody had been calling for. Regardless of our opinion about the new Cabinet formation, the people deserve that both powers work on accomplishing what is already delayed to make up for previous failures and disappointments.
— Translated by Kuwait Times