Jamal Al-Omar Affirmed That Government Has Been Abortive In Its Bid To Provide Essential Services To Citizens
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In other news, candidate from the Third Constituency in the upcoming National Assembly election Jamal Al-Omar affirmed that government has been abortive in its bid to provide essential services to citizens, and only 50 percent of the projects listed for execution were accomplished. He made the observation at the opening of his campaign office recently. He stressed that projects executed were not up to standard and didn’t refl ect constitutional spirit. He stated the dissolution of 2013 National Assembly was in order, considering the state of affairs in the region that could affect the country negatively in case of negligence by Arab and Islamic countries.

He declared he was among those who called for the dissolution of 2013 National Assembly, because its continuity will not add value to national development  as it became clear that government could no longer manage the economy. He reasoned the government presented an economic reform document after the dwindling oil price, but the reform was far from reality. He cited the decision to increase fuel prices without taking painstaking study and its effect on citizens as overwhelming. He complained the allocation of 75 liters of fuel to each citizen having a vehicle every month is illogical and strange, adding the 17-point reform document of government raises electricity bill and puts additional burden on Kuwaiti families.

He declared that Kuwaitis are always ready to sacrifice for the country and so citizens should not be treated in that manner. He considered the Kuwaiti people are in charge and they will vote for trusted people who stood by them. He faulted the government for appointing people into positions of authority such as ministers, undersecretaries, assistant undersecretaries and directors without considering any factor. He also said none of the ministers has experience on economy except the Minister of Finance Anas Saleh who once worked for the bourse and now combining about 17 positions. He reiterated the assignments before the minister is daunting and beyond capacity.



11 Nov, 2016 0 362
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