- Kuwait Times Extra
Let us start the subject from where N.A. Speaker Jassem Al-Khorafi ended his declaration on Monday at the National Assembly. In my opinion, Abu Abdul Mohsan did nothing in his declaration except include in it some “comic” sense, which is used by the majority figures day and night.
The man only tried to joke with them by how they embarrass their opponents in their own declarations. But it seems that they did not like it, and it even made them angry, and the proof is their reaction and criticism of the new style which was not known before for Abu Abdul Mohsan, and they forgot that he said very important things.
The necessity to protect the election system constitutionally to avoid falling into constitutional default, and this is demanded by everyone and on top of them the majority, though some of its members became angry by the speaker’s declaration, who came back based on the government’s verdict. Secondly, he explained the simple steps that he will take later on which calls for convening the N.A. Council if a quorum is incomplete.
He will call for another convening and again if a quorum is incomplete, he will then take up the matter with His Highness the Amir, to make a decision and this is what will happen and everyone will call for it, including the majority members.
We like the majority, and some of the members of the majority whom we like and respect their political work are making jokes in their declarations. I don’t find anything wrong in that, as everyone has his style in declaring there are some who play around with words and others who play around with the truth and some who play around with the overall meaning of speeches, similar to all politicians throughout the world. But apparently they became very nervous when they were faced with their own style, although I see among them those who are more patient, especially those among them who are experienced MPs.
“The majority is still together” is what is said by some of its members. And I don’t know if their saying it is truth or just political hope. Apparently, the majority has lost some of its glory. But in my opinion the majority, in the end, is popular again in its current shape and should remain together. They are not simply an opposition group, but they are a fence for any possible violations and their staying together is something that concerns us all.
Trying to offend the majority through some rumours by the media is nothing more than the attempt of children through telling stories about the neighbor’s tree. They might get 20 to 30 fruits out of the tree by their stories. But in the end, the tree remains in the ground as it is the property of the neighbors and the kids are nothing but small thieves, and we laugh at them when we see them.
NOTE: It is very easy to spoil the image of someone though a rumour, but if you use one thousand rumours, you will not be able to improve your image, especially if your political image is very bad. – Al-Anba
By Thaar Al-Rashidi
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